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On Target Living
Chris Johnson and Executive Coach Lynda French - The Crucial Mindset/Foundation of Successful People and Why Your Health is your #1 Asset (Behavior Patterns, Breaking Mental Limitations, Routines)

On Target Living

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 46:59


Chris Johnson and Executive Coach Lynda French - The Crucial Mindset/Foundation of Successful People and Why Your Health is your #1 Asset (Behavior Patterns, Breaking Mental Limitations, Routines) 

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
Miami Hurricanes Must Make WR Keon Coleman A Portal Priority, Canes Most Improved Position Group Is?

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2023 31:04


The Miami Hurricanes should take a long, hard look at Michigan State wide receiver Keon Coleman, who entered the transfer portal just before the deadline on April 30th. Coleman, a starter for the Spartans in 2022, led the nation with 11 catches on throws of 20 or more yards. He recorded 798 receiving yards and 7 touchdowns last season. He also has pro-level size at 6'4, 215 lbs.  Host Alex Donno explains why Miami should make Coleman a priority but notes that the competition around the country could be fierce. Donno also really likes UTSA receiver Zakhari Franklin and still likes Florida WR Xzavier Henderson. Henderson visited Miami last week but left without committing. Things have been quiet with him ever since. Donno answers questions from listeners on our Subtext chat and on twitter. Alex is asked who will be sleeper players who will make the most of their snaps this season? Watch out for Ray Ray Joseph, Malik Bryant and Chris Johnson. Donno explains which position groups he feels will be the most improved this season. You can chat with Donno any time on our new Subtext SMS texting service. You can try it free for 14 days with this link https://joinsubtext.com/lockedoncanes. On the chat, Donno provides one on one Q&A's, breaking news alerts and recruiting scoops. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Daktronics Experience
155 - All Sport Pro Baseball with Chris Johnson

The Daktronics Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2023 24:53


Our control solutions are always advancing, and that includes the expansion of All Sport Pro Baseball. To hear about the details and how it makes life easier for game-day production staff, Justin and Matt talked with Chris Johnson, Daktronics product manager for All Sport.

Gun Talk
New Handguns From Ruger; Organizing A Gun Rights March; FN's New Micro Pistol: Gun Talk Radio | 04.16.23 Hour 1

Gun Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2023 43:44


In This Hour: From the floor of the NRA Annual Meetings in Indianapolis -- Ruger adds new handguns to its lineup.  CEO Chris Killoy give the what, why, and how. --  Dianna Muller, from the DC Project, announces a march and protest for gun rights. -- Chris Johnson, Senior Pistol Product Manager, FN America, shows off the new Reflex micro pistol. Tom Gresham's Gun Talk   04.16.23  Hour 1

Warden's Watch
104 Chris Johnson – Alaska – Part II

Warden's Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2023 71:56


Picking up from our last episode, Wayne continues his conversation with Alaska Wildlife Trooper Chris Johnson. Come along as Chris shares more stories from his years patrolling the vast and sometimes unforgiving Kenai Peninsula as a US Fish and Wildlife officer, and looks forward to many more years of service to the people and wildlife of America's true “Last Frontier.” Our Sponsors:  Thin Green Line Podcast Don Noyes Chevrolet Sovereign Sportsman Solutions “A Cowboy in the Woods” Book Hunt of a Lifetime Maine's Operation Game Thief Wildlife Heritage Foundation of NH International Wildlife Crimestoppers Here's what we discuss: Chasing illegal baiters Truck through the ice! Recovering vehicles from water A lifetime of physical fitness Teaching HIIT classes as co-owner of Tides Yoga Studio Small injuries can cause big problems Exceed expectations when training Consistency is paramount An uneasy encounter in a remote village The balance between enforcing wildlife laws and respecting indigenous lifestyles Treaties have since changed subsistence living rules A significant bear snaring case Evidence showed it had been going on for years  Multiple scenes were discovered Poachers were taking only the gall bladders The illegal gall bladder trade Alaska State Troopers are currently recruiting Survivor Island Your most important survival tool is your brain Credits Hosts: Wayne Saunders and John Nores Producer: Jay Ammann Art & Design: Ashley Hannett Research / Content Coordinator: Stacey DesRoches Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify Amazon Google Waypoint Stitcher TuneIn Megaphone Find More Here: Website Warden's Watch / TGL Store Facebook Facebook Fan Page Instagram Twitter YouTube RSS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
Miami Hurricanes Receive CRYSTAL BALL Prediction For Chance Robinson, Trending For Dylan Williams

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2023 33:36


The Miami Hurricanes have received a crystal ball prediction to land 4-star WR Chance Robinson in the class of 2024. Gaby Urrutia from Inside The U logged his prediction on Tuesday evening. Host Alex Donno has been independently informed that MIami is in a great place for Robinson, and Robinson's recent tweets seem to back up the idea that Miami is the leader in his recruitment. Donno describes the strong bond that Robinson has built with wide receivers coach Kevin Beard, and how Chance would impact Miami on the field if he does indeed commit to The U.  You can chat with Donno any time on our new Subtext SMS texting service. You can try it free for 14 days with this link https://joinsubtext.com/lockedoncanes. On the chat, Donno provides one on one Q&A's, breaking news alerts and recruiting scoops.  Donno also sees Miami getting strong trends for Long Beach Poly (CA) 4-star linebacker Dylan Williams. Williams took a recent unofficial visit to Miami and plans to return for an OV in June. Alex is receiving positive updates for 5-star receiver JoJo Trader from Chaminade, but is not quite ready to drop a DonnoBall for Trader just yet. In an odd turn of events, Miami seems to have stopped recruiting USC transfer WR Gary Bryant Jr. Could this mean the Hurricanes have a different transfer WR locked in?  Alex runs down Miami's incoming freshmen who haven't enrolled early and what we can expect to see from DBs Robert Stafford and Damari Brown, RBs Mark Fletcher and Chris Johnson, linebackers Marcellius Pulliam and Popo Aguirre, and OL Frankie Tinilau next season at The U.  Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Lipsey's AIM HIGHER Podcast
Episode 30 - FN America Reflex 9mm Pistol

Lipsey's AIM HIGHER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2023 17:11


Jason and Dale talk with FN Senior Product Manager, Chris Johnson, on the all-new FN Reflex 9mm pistol. Jam-packed with features in its small micro-compact frame, it strikes a perfect balance of size, comfort, and deep concealment. 

Warden's Watch
103 Chris Johnson – Alaska

Warden's Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2023 67:55


When US Fish and Wildlife Captain Chris Johnson reached the mandatory retirement age, he wasn't quite ready to hang up his hat, so he did what most never would; after 33 years of federal service, he went right back to the Academy and became an Alaska State Wildlife Trooper! Join us as Chris shares stories of the outdoors from “Alaska's Playground” - the rugged and stunningly beautiful Kenai Peninsula. Our Sponsors:  Thin Green Line Podcast Don Noyes Chevrolet Sovereign Sportsman Solutions “A Cowboy in the Woods” Book Hunt of a Lifetime Maine's Operation Game Thief Wildlife Heritage Foundation of NH International Wildlife Crimestoppers Here's what we discuss: Mandatory retirement from Federal law enforcement service Torn between becoming a professional football player or game warden  Began career with the National Park Service and local PD in Minnesota Joined USFWS in 1989  First full-time Federal wildlife law enforcement officer in the Alaska refuge system  Part-time positions now being phased out Arriving at the 2-million acre Kenai National Wildlife Refuge  “The playground of Alaska.” A one-day orientation The first of many bear mauling cases  Charged by three juvenile brown bears in a row A sow had been shot Cubs became dangerously habituated to humans The best bear defense Bear incidents increased through the years Black and brown bears tend not to mingle Joined first USFWS Honor Guard team Only federal member of state Serious Incident Response Team (SIRT) Back to the Academy! Previous experience was a huge advantage Hoping to rejoin SIRT The moose that shot back Teasers for a follow-up: a truck through the ice and a ‘warm' welcome to the Kenai Credits Hosts: Wayne Saunders and John Nores Producer: Jay Ammann Art & Design: Ashley Hannett Research / Content Coordinator: Stacey DesRoches Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify Amazon Google Waypoint Stitcher TuneIn Megaphone Find More Here: Website Warden's Watch / TGL Store Facebook Facebook Fan Page Instagram Twitter YouTube RSS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WiseTalk
Episode 73: “Pausing” as a Leadership Imperative

WiseTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2023 43:20


Sue Bethanis hosts master somatic leadership coach, trauma psychologist, and mindfulness instructor, Chris Johnson. Chris is the founder of Q4 Consulting Inc., a Chicago-based consulting firm that helps leaders transform themselves, their teams, and their organizations to meet future challenges, grow and thrive.Chris is a passionate advocate for the power of business to create prosperity, beauty, and happiness in the world. She's been involved with Conscious Capitalism Chicago for over a decade currently serving as Chair, and on the leadership team of Ellevate Chicago, an organization committed to developing professional women. This past summer she published a book, The Leadership Pause: Sharpen Your Attention, Deepen Your Presence, and Navigate the Future, an eye-opening, accessible guide to developing one's leadership via the deliberate, body-based practices that tap the wisdom and intelligence of the body.Sue and Chris discuss: Why intentionally practicing pause is so essential and powerful for leaders in today's marketplace How to build your capacity, resilience, and confidence to transform high-pressure moments into opportunities How to cultivate your attention and focus to shape your actions and strategic vision

Closer Look with Rose Scott
Councilman Amir Farokhi discusses ongoing maintenance projects in Atlanta; Georgia respite centers face closure

Closer Look with Rose Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2023 50:33


District 2 Atlanta City Councilmember Amir Farokhi discusses Atlanta's history of underfunding the city's maintenance needs and what needs to be done to streamline the process of maintaining city roads and infrastructure projects.Plus, Chris Johnson, the interim executive director of Communications at the Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network, discusses mental health funding cuts and the potential closing of two of Georgia's respite centers. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Red Letter Disciple
035: Lutherans for Racial Justice on Racism in America, Where the Church Has Gotten it Wrong, and Why There's Hope for the Future Gen Z and Gen Alpha.

The Red Letter Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2023 62:45


Matt Gonzalez, Janine Bolling, and Josh Salzberg are founders and leaders of Lutherans for Racial Justice. They discuss the church's involvement in racial injustice, why fighting racism is discipleship, and the practical next steps for individuals and organizations. It's a really important conversation that hopefully stirs all disciples into action. To learn more about the podcast or access the show notes, visit www.redletterpodcast.com. Today's episode is brought to you by Red Letter Living. At its core, Red Letter Living creates resources to challenge all people to be greater disciples of Jesus. One of our integral FREE resources is a Red Letter Challenge Assessment. It only takes 7-10 minutes to complete. Are you following Jesus? Many want to be greater followers of Jesus but don't know how. So we extensively studied everything Jesus commanded of us and located five key targets to which Jesus invited His followers. The five targets are Being, Forgiving, Serving, Giving, and Going.In partnership with LifeWay Research, we created a Red Letter Challenge Assessment that will measure you according to these five targets. And the best news of all: it's free! You will get results back immediately and be presented with the following steps to help you become an even greater follower of Jesus.You can take the FREE Red Letter Challenge Assessment here. Resources mentioned in the episode: Lutherans For Racial JusticeThe (Im)partial ChurchDear Church…It's Time by Pastor Matt GonzalezA Time For Burning 1966 American Documentary Urban Christianity: Restoring Black Dignity with the Gospel by Eric MasonReading While Black by Esau McCaulleyThe Color of Compromise: the truth about the American Church's Complicity in Racism Jemar TisbyI am Not Your Negro Documentary by James BaldwinKey insights from the episode: When it comes to racism, there is a disagreement on what the problem is. - Janine BollingWe are taking an issue that should primarily be addressed from a faith perspective and making it political. - Matt GonzalezHistory has been ‘whitewashed.' - Josh SalzbergWe are trying to preserve our own culture, people, and family. - Josh SalzbergRacism is driven by fear. - Matt GonzalezGod wants to chill with his people. - Matt GonzalezWhen we are segregated in our own little circles, it's not what new creation is. - Zach ZehnderConsider an assumption you have, then dig into it to see if it's true. - Janine BollingLutherans for Racial Justice's Challenge of the Week: Do one thing this week to learn about racial justice. Lead yourself (and your church) to find freedom in forgiveness. Before we can truly bring reconciliation to others in the world, we first need to be reconciled back to God. Thankfully, He doesn't withhold His grace of forgiveness from anyone of us. It's time to receive the freedom that comes in the forgiveness of God. Because, a forgiven person becomes a forgiving person!We'd love to introduce you to the 40-Day Forgiving Challenge.The Forgiving Challenge takes you on a life-changing journey to experience the gift of God's grace so that you can share it with others. It also helps you identify and walk through the five phases leading to freedom. You can learn more about the challenge here!A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Consummate Athlete Podcast
Running Injuries and Strength with Chris Johnson the PT

Consummate Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2023 62:07


Chris Johnson is a physical therapist based in Seattle, WA. With over twenty-plus years of experience as a clinician-coach and multi-sport athlete. Check out his instagram and youtube for great exercise videos and endurance content @chrisjohnsonthept. Today we discuss common running injuries and strength for busy endurance athletes.    This episode is brought to you by our Training Peaks Training Plans for cyclists (link) - Use Code " CA25 " to get a discount on any of our plans -    Download or find links in your favorite Podcast App (remember to rate and review!) https://directory.libsyn.com/shows/view/id/consummateathlete Show Notes See Chris Johnson article in Outside on seven most common injuries for runners Chris Johnson the PT on Instagram - Marching and Therapy Videos for runners Chris Johnson the PT on youtube - Marching and Therapy Videos for runners Chris Johson the PT on VIMEO  Chris Johnson PT courses and consultation via his LinkTree   Links to Our Article Archive & Services: ConsummateAthlete.com   SUPPORT THE SHOW WHILE YOU SHOP:  https://amzn.to/3Aej4jl to shop amazon   Subscribe to our Newsletter ->  It's free and brings the latest podcast, post and clinic/event information to you each Monday   Book a Call to Discuss Your Training - https://calendly.com/smartathlete   Books By Molly Hurford  https://amzn.to/3bOztkN   Get The Consummate Athlete Book - LINK Follow The Consummate Athlete on Twitter and Instagram and Facebook Follow Molly Hurford on Twitter and on Instagram Follow Peter Glassford Follow @PeterGlassford on Instagram and Twitter   Past guests Include: Stacy Sims, Stephen Seiler, Simon Marshall, Frank Overton, Dean Golich, Joe Friel, Marco Altini Katerina Nash, Geoff Kabush, Ellen Noble, Phil Gaimon, David Roche, Matt Fitzgerald, Dr. Marc Bubbs, Christopher McDougall, Rebecca Rusch, Kate Courtney, David Epstein and many more

Reborn & Justified
Chris Johnson

Reborn & Justified

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2023 55:49


Tune in this week as the guys are joined by Fairplains Associate Pastor Chris Johnson to share his testimony

BAST Training podcast
Ep.103 How to ‘Measure' a Singer With Kaya Herstad-Carney

BAST Training podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2023 32:32


Kaya Herstad-Carney joins Alexa to tackle the subject of how to measure a singer. That doesn't mean marking their height on the wall in pencil; it's about understanding someone's limitations and exceptions. Kaya is creative with a wide skill set, ranging from powerful performances of her original music to vocal coaching, singing teacher training, and artist development.  KEY TAKEAWAYS There are two things that come into play when looking at a singer: their nature; and their nurture. When we, as singing teachers, look at their nature, there are things we can change and things we can't. We're not going to change their size and shape, but we can change how things are coordinated and how their body is positioned.  The lamina propria is a thin layer of connective tissue that forms part of the moist linings known as mucous membranes or mucosae, which line various tubes in the body, such as the respiratory tract. It is part of the vibrating filament of the vocal fold.  If someone has problematic large tonsils, it will influence their sound because the biggest bass will boost the lower frequencies, and the smallest bass will boost the higher ones. Kaya has had students who have had them removed and liked their new sound, while others have found it harder to adjust.  We have moved away from the idea of that very rigid head-up posture. Not everyone's ideal posture is the same. We need to work with the student to find the ideal posture for them as an individual.  BEST MOMENTS‘Measure but don't mention the physical appearance of someone and what we can expect from their sound' ‘People's ideal posture is individual'‘If in doubt, go and check it out'‘Breathing out literally lowers your heart rate' EPISODE RESOURCES Guest Website: kayamusic.com Social Media:  @kayamusic Relevant Links & Mentions:  BAST Blog - The Vocal Fold Layers: https://www.basttraining.com/the-vocal-fold-layers/e vocal folds article  Singing Teachers Talk Podcast - Ep. 40 Integrated Skills: Teaching Singing to Dancers with Jennie Morton Singing Teachers Talk Podcast - Ep. 97 Elevate Your Performance Through Anatomical Efficiency with Jennie Morton  Spotlight: https://www.spotlight.com/ Chris Johnson & Teach Voice: https://www.teachvoice.com/ Kerrie Obert: https://obertvoicestudios.com/ Voce Vista: https://www.vocevista.com/ The Work of: Ken Bozeman; Ian Howell; Ingo Titze; Johan Sundberg  Singing Teachers Talk Podcast - Ep. 101 How to Belt with John Henny Voice Science Works: https://www.voicescienceworks.org/ Pitch Analyser App Vocal Pitch Monitor App  Waterbear: https://waterbear.org.uk/ ABOUT THE GUEST Kaya is a creative with a wide skill set, ranging from powerful performances of her original music, vocal coaching and singing teacher training, artist development and co-writing, artistic direction for Threshold Festival and gig promotion, band and choir direction/arranging, mentoring and community workshops, in addition to her lecturing career across the popular music subjects including voice, songwriting, band skill and music industry studies. Originally from Norway, she made the UK her home in 1999. She is an established artist with a track record of performances at The Royal Variety Show, to the BBC Songwriting Showcase, touring UK and Europe.Kaya has a varied portfolio career and is a passionate singer, songwriter, performer and a harmony/vocal fanatic, vocal arranger and producer, festival director, mentor, musical/choir director, vocal geek and senior lecturer with a wide range of experiences and interests on and off the stage. She has a particular love for vocal habilitation and artist development in the Contemporary Commercial field of music, including popular music, musical theatre and extreme vocals. ABOUT THE PODCASTBAST Training is here to help singers gain the knowledge, skills and understanding required to be a great singing teacher. We can help you whether you are getting started or just have some knowledge gaps to fill through our courses and educational events.Website: basttraining.comGet updates to your inbox: Click here for updates from BAST TrainingLink to presenter's bios: basttraining.com/singing-teachers-talk-podcast-biosSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Staffing Show
Chris Johnson, VP of Professional Services at Avionté, on Digital Transformation in Staffing

The Staffing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2023 34:57


Chris Johnson, Vice President of Professional Services at Avionté, joins David Folwell to talk about his experience in staffing and his thoughts on what is shaping up to be an increasingly digital future. Johnson explains how staffing firms can gain and maintain a competitive advantage by adopting digital staffing programs and processes. He also shares his thoughts on talent intelligence and discusses how algorithmic matching can lead to better and faster placements for both job seekers and companies. 

Untangle
Chris Johnson - How a Simple Pause Can Make you a Better Leader at Work and at Home

Untangle

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2023 36:48


Today's guest is Master Somatic Leadership Coach, Trauma Psychologist, and Mindfulness Instructor Chris Johnson. In her book, The Leadership Pause, she shares how to quiet the noise of the daily hustle so you can hear the still-small voice of purposeful curiosity that lives within you. This spaciousness breeds more wisdom in both work and life. She shares how mindful awareness can lead to clarity of heart and mind plus increased resilience AND help you to be a better, more natural leader with a clearer vision and a deeper connection to yourself and others. She says…”It's all about the pause.”

The Red Letter Disciple
034 Bryan Rose on Having a Purpose for Your Family, How to Reach Families in Kid's Sports, and His Family's Story of Infertility and Adoption

The Red Letter Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2023 58:56


Bryan Rose is passionate about families. Not only does he share his family's story of infertility and adoption, but he has also devoted his life to mentoring other families as they incorporate discipleship into their everyday lives. Architect turned pastor, Bryan knows what it is like to do a 180 degree turn. He helps churches create a vision for their ministry and breakthrough in their churches. To learn more about the podcast or access the show notes, visit www.redletterpodcast.com. Today's episode is brought to you by Red Letter Living. At its core, Red Letter Living creates resources to challenge all people to be greater disciples of Jesus.Pastors and church leaders, enjoy a FREE resource called Growing Your Church Challenge: 10 Ideas to Grow Your Church that Cost Little to No Money. Enter the code “PodcastPastor” at checkout to receive this totally FREE! This offer is good up until Easter 2023 (4/9/2023). These ten ideas are going to be extremely practical, and not vague ideas like "preach better" and "be kinder." I trust you already do that. So, go, grab this FREE resource and let's grow our churches for the glory of God.Resources mentioned in the episode: life re.defined by Bryan RoseAuxano Church ConsultingMy Ministry Breakthrough Podcast @thebryanroseFor more on the Family on Purpose, email bryan@auxano.com. Key insights from the episode: Clarity isn't everything you do in leadership, but it affects everything you do in leadership. - Bryan RoseOur story of becoming parents is a story of brokenness and deep dependence on the Lord. - Bryan RoseYour mission is the great commission. It's just contextualized with different words. - Bryan RoseWe want to foster acceptance. - Bryan RoseFamily values are fencelines shapes how you make decisions. Bryan RoseHow do we see every day, everything we do as an opportunity to make disciples? - Bryan RoseThe average church family is over-scheduled and under-discipled. - Bryan RoseLet's not excuse the absence of sports families, but equip their presence somewhere else. - Bryan RoseLead yourself (and your church) to be more like Jesus. For so many Christians, the discipleship process isn't very clear.They know they need to go to church, pray, not sin, and maybe attend a small group. While these are great things, they don't outline a clear path leading people to live more like Jesus. We'd love to introduce you to the 40-Day Red Letter Challenge.When you and your church take the challenge, you'll have a clear 40-day discipleship path that will help you master five key areas of discipleship.You can learn more about the challenge here!A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

R & R on Sports powered by KUDZUKIAN
Pushing Through Adversity

R & R on Sports powered by KUDZUKIAN

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2023 50:00


On this episode of R&R on Sports, Howard and Larry talk about the latest with Ja Morant. They also dive into NFL free agency and the Lamar Jackson contract situation. We then have an important conversation on mental health with former NFL All-Pro's Adam "Pacman" Jones and Chris "CJ2K" Johnson and Jeff Trotter, founder of Bend Dxn't Break. Make sure to tune into this episode and the latest episodes of R&R on Sports on kudzukian.com or by downloading the KUDZUKIAN App.

The Red Letter Disciple
033: Dr. Joel Hunter on What It's Like to be In the Oval Office, How to Pastor the President of the United States, and if Discipleship and Politics Can Go Together

The Red Letter Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2023 56:48


Dr. Joel Hunter has been a spiritual advisor to a congregation and to a President of the United States. In this episode, he will help us understand our role as disciples and how we can be engaged or involved in politics. Plus, he'll encourage us as disciples to focus on what simple ways we can help each and every day. To learn more about the podcast or access the show notes, visit www.redletterpodcast.com.Every pastor knows small groups are important, yet a lot aren't too happy with where their small groups are right now. You can grow your small groups right now. That's right. We have helped nearly 1000 churches grow their small groups, and it's not as hard as you think. Our super-simple, easily-doable 5-step guide to grow your small group strategy is found by clicking on this link. Resources mentioned in the episode: Northland ChurchSimple Help MovementKey insights from the episode: Jesus wasn't interested in winning arguments. - Dr. Joel HunterThe best thing you can do politically is vote and be an example of a healing act. - Dr. Joel HunterPolitically, it's not whether you are right or wrong. It's what kind of relationships you can build with people who disagree with you. - Dr. Joel Hunter We are relapsing into political categorizations rather than personal relations. - Dr. Joel HunterWe now define ourselves by what we are against. - Dr. Joel HunterChristians would care for those no one else would care for. - Dr. Joel HunterSometimes we need to lose to let people see that there is something more important than being on top. - Dr. Joel HunterDr. Joel Hunter's Challenge: Make the world a better place by doing one thing this week.As Dr. Hunter was talking in this interview, it showed me that what the world needs more is the forgiveness of God.We'd love to help you and your church discover what freedom in forgiveness feels like by exploring the powerful forgiveness that Jesus offers to each and every one of us.We'd love to introduce you to the 40-Day Forgiving Challenge.The Forgiving Challenge takes you on a life-changing journey to experience the gift of God's grace so that you can share it with others. It also helps you identify and walk through the five phases leading to freedom. You can learn more about the challenge here!A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Overtime on ESPN Sioux Falls
Hour 1 - USF Head MBB Coach Chris Johnson

Overtime on ESPN Sioux Falls

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2023 46:07


Bert gives you the latest update on the Aaron Rodgers situation, and talks all things basketball with USF Head Coach Chris Johnson!

The Red Letter Disciple
032: Pentecostal Neurologist Jessie Cruickshank on what Memory has to do with Discipleship, the Link Between Science and Faith, and what Antarctica is Really Like!

The Red Letter Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2023 65:49


What do you get when you mash up a wilderness guru and a Harvard-graduated neurobiologist? Jessie's life calling is teaching others about the mind and body connection and how we are wired for discipleship. Jessie believes we've complicated discipleship and is on a journey to get us back to what Jesus said about following Him. To learn more about the podcast or access the show notes, visit www.redletterpodcast.com.Today's episode is brought to you by Red Letter Living. On March 16th, at Noon-1PM Central, I'll be hosting my father Mark Zehnder in a FREE one-hour webinar called “Setting Your Church up For Leadership Transition Success.”Half of pastors today either will not retire or have no plans to retire. This is not setting the church up well to move forward. And because of this, 80% of pastoral transitions don't go well. So, what can we do? How do you know if you are ready to transition, or when to start planning for this? On March 16th, I'm interviewing pastoral transition expert Mark Zehnder to discuss with us how do we know when we are ready to retire? What are the necessary steps? And what can we do today, no matter where we are in our ministry, to be more open-handed in our leading the church into the future?For further reading, in preparation of this webinar, feel free to visit these blogs that we posted in March 2022.5 Keys to Healthy Pastoral Succession by Mark ZehnderThere's a Pastoral Crisis Right Now. Don't Believe These 5 Lies! by Zach Zehnder5 Predictions if Pastors Really Did Quit by Zach Zehnder3 Reasons Pastors Don't Develop Other Pastors by Tim AhlmanI'm hosting this webinar to help pastors and church leaders. So, genuinely, I'd love to know what questions you have regarding this topic. Please feel free to email hello@redletterchallenge.com. Register today for this FREE webinar and please invite other pastors and church leaders to join us in this important discussion.Resources mentioned in the episode: Extraordinary Discipleship Online Course Ordinary Discipleship by Jessie Cruickshank (Pre-Order)Solid Rock Outdoor Ministries www.yourbrainbyjess.comTwitter: @yourbrainbyjessGod's Story- Your Story Template Key insights from the episode: Biology and the Bible and the two things that help me know my way in this world. - Jessie CruickshankDiscipleship happens organically through stories. - Jessie CruickshankIt's science that helps me see the wonder of God. - Jessie CruickshankIf being a disciple is being changed by Jesus, then a disciple-maker is helping someone else change too. - Jessie CruickshankMost of the breakthroughs in science were made by believers. - Jessie CruickshankIt's pretty fascinating to me how many scientists believe in God but how few clergies believe in science. - Jessie CruickshankReal transformation happens in divine-human encounters. The amazing thing about wilderness is you can't fake it. - Jessie CruickshankMediocre people can disciple others. - Jessie CruickshankGood news is a story of when God came through for you. - Jessie CruickshankIt takes 20% failure for your brain to learn. - Jessie CruickshankJessie Cruickshank's Challenge of the Week: Find a way to share your story and the “aha” moments that God has brought into your life. If you'd like to share your story with us, email us at hello@redletterchallenge.com or share on social media using #RedLetterDisciple.Are you following Jesus? Many want to be greater followers of Jesus but don't know how. So we extensively studied everything that Jesus commanded of us and located five key targets to which Jesus invited His followers. The five targets are Being, Forgiving, Serving, Giving, and Going.In partnership with LifeWay Research, we created a Red Letter Challenge Assessment that will measure you according to these five targets. And the best news of all: it's free! Not only will you get results back immediately and be presented with the next steps to help you become an even greater follower of Jesus.You can take the FREE Red Letter Challenge Assessment here. Some not-so-key insights: There are more antelope than people in Wyoming. - Jessie CruickshankThere are more people in a suburb of Denver than in the entire state of Wyoming. - Jessie CruickshankThe N on the Nebraska college football helmet stands for ‘knowledge.' - Chris JohnsonA Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Closer Look with Rose Scott
Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network now offering respite care across the state; DeKalb County School District to expand mental health resources

Closer Look with Rose Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2023 51:54


Chris Johnson, the interim executive director for the Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network, and Melissa Kazakides, the administrative coordinator for Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network, discuss Georgia's Peer Support, Wellness, and Respite Centers' role in expanding access to mental health care across the state.Plus, Kimberly Franklin, the coordinator for the Psychological Services Department at DeKalb County School District, discusses a new $2.9 million federal grant that will be used to expand mental health services for students.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Circuit of Success Podcast with Brett Gilliland
A Conversation with Chris Johnson Around Achieving Success Through Rest

The Circuit of Success Podcast with Brett Gilliland

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2023 49:48


.fusion-imageframe.imageframe-9{ margin-bottom : 20px;}.fusion-imageframe.imageframe-9 img{aspect-ratio:1 / 1;object-position:17% 33%;}Chris Johnson, the founder of On Target Living, shares his experiences with his clients and finding success with rest. Chris discusses the topics from his most recent book. Rest. Eat. Move: You Have the Power to Feel your Best. He elaborates on the connection between good sleep, healthy eating, and stress management to build a foundation for long-term wellness and success.  Brett Gilliland: I'm your host, Brett Gilliland. Today I've got the privilege of interviewing, again, for the second time, Chris Johnson. What's up Chris? How you doing?  Chris Johnson: Hey, Brett. How are you? Happy to be back. I can't believe it's been since, I think you said April, 2018.  Brett Gilliland: April of 2018 is when we chatted last. It's uh, it's crazy. I said time flies when we're having fun and, uh, yeah, we're, we're doing that.  Chris Johnson: It's crazieness.  Brett Gilliland: Uh, you are also probably the only person I know that, uh, on my podcast, uh, at least I've had your son, Matt. I've had your daughter Kristen, on the show. So we've had all three of you on and, and, uh, it's been awesome. I just love that Matt and I have stayed connected and I still gotta get Matt out on the golf course because I've, I've see he's a pretty good golfer, so we're gonna see who wins some cash from each other. Are you putting your money on? You know, is he still playing ?  Chris Johnson: Yeah, I play, but. You know, I'm like an A handicap and he's, you know, he's good. He's really good.  Brett Gilliland: Okay.  Chris Johnson: So yeah, it's amazing. He doesn't play that much anymore, but man, he's still good. Well, kids have a way of doing that, don't they? Yeah. So I don't, I don't really, I used to try to blame, you know, straight up and I always would lose, but as just my eagle getting in the way and then now I still stake take strokes and I still lose, so it doesn't matter. Brett Gilliland: Yeah, those stroke things are fun. But they're frustrating too, aren't they?  Chris Johnson: Yeah.  Brett Gilliland: So you are the, uh, founder and CEO of On-Target Living. Um, author of, of numerous books. Uh, you've got a new book out called Rest. Eat. Move. Uh, you have the power to feel your best, so we'll talk about that. Uh, I read this book right here in 2018. Capacity. Uh, you and your son Chris, wrote that, uh, I'm sorry, you and your son Matt wrote that. And um, it's just an amazing book. Amazing book. I love it. So we'll, we'll dive into your stuff, uh, as well, but if you could, for those that didn't hear us back in 2018, Chris, just maybe give us a little lay of the land on, on who you are, what's, what's made you the man you are today. Chris Johnson: Well, Brett, uh, without getting into the weeds too much, uh, you know, I'm, I turned 66 this year. I've been doing this a long time over 35 years, but I was a business economic major at Western Michigan. So I'm here at our headquarters here in East Lansing, Michigan. And, um, when I got outta school, I was, there wasn't really a lot of jobs, but I had kinda thought about what do I really wanna do? I was always interested in exercise and working out and eating right. I got into bodybuilding in the early eighties and then I decided to go back to grad school and so I went to back to grad school at Michigan State and exercise physiology. And when I got outta grad school, I worked at in a hospital doing stress testing, and I worked for a private practice doctor for a couple years. But really the thing all started to change when I went to work at the Michigan Athletic Club as a director of Fitness and personal. and I did that for about 17 years and that's when I started speaking and I wrote a, a couple books and then I decided to take my, um, my deal on the road, uh, in 2007. And I've been full-time speaking and, and since then. And then as you mentioned,

SteelerNation.com Podcast
Steeler Nation Podcast: The Ravens are Pooping Where They Roost

SteelerNation.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2023 23:10


What the flock? The Baltimore Ravens, hated rival of our beloved Pittsburgh Steelers, are going out on a limb to shake the nest. G.Stryker gives you all of the juicy gossip from his perch in Maryland.  BILL INGRAM: USA TODAY SPORTS Lamar Jackson hurt his PCL on this play, but Ravens players are worried their Training Staff is hurting them worse than a Pittsburgh Steelers tackle. We also get the inside scoop from our friends at the Smash and Dash Podcast over on the BLEAV Network talking about how Chris Johnson could have been the pick over Rashard Mendenhall in the 2008 NFL Draft if it wasn't for one small problem.  Crazy combine/NFL draft story out of @ChrisJohnson28 A rare miss out of Coach Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh Steelers@thereal_lendalepic.twitter.com/LS3GPtujif— Bleav (@BleavNetwork) March 3, 2023 All questions come from the SteelerNation.com Football Forum where Stryker gives his opinions on his top free agent, who the Steelers should draft first, and Is the offensive line good enough that no linemen will be taken in the 2023 NFL Draft? Follow @SNStryker on social media: Twitter, Instagram, & Tiktok LISTEN to the Steeler Nation Podcast:  WATCH the Steeler Nation Podcast on YouTube:  Check out our Sponsors: Total Sports Enterprises for great signed memorabilia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Chris Johnson/Rich Eisen - Hour 3 (3-3-2023)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2023 50:14


Rich calls in from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis and tells guest host Bobby Bones why the prospects keep getting “bigger, stronger, and faster” each year, that Florida Gators QB Anthony Richardson is as big as some of the linebacker prospects and is likely to be selected in the NFL Draft's top ten, and more, Former All-Pro running back Chris Johnson, one of the fastest players to ever play in the NFL, tells Bobby at what age he realized he quicker than everyone else, what it was like to run a 4.24 in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine, if he could have been an Olympic sprinter and more.  TJ lists his “Top 5 Bones” and Bobby puts a hex on the Texas A&M basketball team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Your Anxiety Toolkit
OCD TREATMENT OPTIONS: Do I need a higher level of care? | Ep. 326

Your Anxiety Toolkit

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2023 45:45


OCD TREATMENT OPTIONS  Today, we have Elizabeth McIngvale and we are talking all about different OCD treatment options.  Elizabeth (Liz) McIngvale is the Director of the McLean OCDI Houston. She has an active clinical and research and leadership role there. McLean OCDI is a treatment center for people with OCD and she talks extensively about different OCD treatment options in this episode. She's the perfect one to talk to in this episode about knowing when you need a higher level of care, particularly related to OCD.  In this episode, we walk through the different levels of care from self-help all the way through to inpatient facilities. Elizabeth spoke so beautifully about how to know when you're ready for the next step of care, what to look out for, what you should be interested in, and questions you should ask. This is such an important episode. I'm actually blown away that I haven't addressed it yet, but I'm so grateful we got to talk about it today. Elizabeth McIngvale is also a lecturer at Harvard Medical School. She treats obsessive-compulsive disorders, anxiety disorders. She's got a special interest in mental health stigma and access to mental health care. It was actually such an educational episode and I felt like it actually made me a better supervisor to my staff and a better educator as well. You're going to love this episode if you're really wanting to understand and take the stigma out of increasing your care if that's something that you need.  That being said, I'm going to let you listen to Elizabeth's amazing words, and I hope you enjoy this episode just as much as I did. Have a great day, everybody. Kimberley Quinlan:  Well, welcome, Liz McIngvale. I'm so excited to have you on for two reasons. Number one, I really want to talk about giving people information about OCD treatment options, but I also understand that you can also bring in a personal experience here. Anytime, someone can share their personal experience, just lights me up. So thank you for being here. Elizabeth McIngvale: Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to be here and yeah, I hope that both my personal but also professional kind of background in this arena might help guide. Some individuals who are kind of wondering what treatment do they need right now and and what does treatment for them look like Kimberley Quinlan: Wonderful. Do you want to share a little bit about your history with OCD and your story as much as you want to share? Elizabeth McIngvale: For sure. Yeah, I'll try to not take up too much time but you know, basically, I grew up here in Houston, Texas, where I'm from, and was diagnosed with OCD right around 12. I started showing lots of different symptoms prior on and off, but nothing that was disruptive nothing. That really would have warranted a diagnosis. I would do things like track the weather, or every time I read a book, I would start at page one because I didn't like the feeling if I picked up in between and things like that… Elizabeth McIngvale: but nothing was really out of the norm normal in the sense that I was still doing okay. And academically you know, Relationship-wise and I was functioning well until I wasn't, you know, until my intrusive thoughts, got louder and the disruption became more and more severe. Here in Houston, we have the largest medical center in the world and we are known for our healthcare and so you would think access to good care would be really accessible, but unfortunately, it just wasn't and granted, this was a long time ago, almost 20 years ago but we really started searching for treatment here in Houston and, you know, I was lucky enough that pretty early on I got  a diagnosis and for most of us in the OCD world, we know that that's rare for it to happen that soon. So that was great. That was a huge blessing for me, however we couldn't find good treatment. Every provider would say things like we've never seen a case like this. We don't know how to treat this and there's not help available. You guys should assume that Liz live in a mental health hospital, the rest of her life. And so my parents were just really struggling with What do I do and How do I help my child. And so they kept researching and kept trying to figure it out and actually they got lucky enough that they stumbled across the newspaper article and in that newspaper article talked about an inpatient treatment center at the time which was called the Meninger Clinic and how they had an OCD program. There was a little bitty excerpt and immediately my dad, called my mom, they ended up calling Meninger and learning more and I ended up going to the Meninger clinic when I was 15. I went three days after my 15th birthday, I'll never forget and I talk about this a lot because my treatment stay at Meninger was the first step to my life being changed. It was the first step to me getting appropriate treatment. It didn't cure me, you know, I want to be honest about that. I think sometimes we think, okay, we go do that. We either like get cured or We don't. And, for those of us who live with OCD, we understand that management of our illnesses different than a cure, right? It was a lot of work, but it was also the beginning of a journey where I had to learn to do my own treatment and I had to learn to become my own therapist. And as much as the treatment was super successful for me, I was there for three months and my life changed. I went from being suicidal being hopeless, and not being able to function at all six to eight hour showers and completely, homebound completely riddled by rituals, to being a kid who could fully function. I was able to go back to school. Take five minute showers, do things I never thought I could do again. At the same time, I didn't realize that I had to still take ownership of my illness, I think I thought Oh like the ownership is, I did treatment and that's what it meant. Not that I needed to keep engaging in treatment. And I talk about that because I did relapse later, I ended up going… I ended up doing some outpatient in between and then back to impatient again. And for me, I had to kind of learn what level of care works for me? What does that look like? And how do I manage my illness? And to this day, I still go to outpatient therapy. It's still a big part of my life. Am I actively doing OCD work every week? No I'm doing other stuff right? Family system and boundary setting and things that are important in my life that are tough. But it's been a journey even for myself personally, to know what level of care do I need and at what point. And I think what's really interesting is that when I was 15 I would have told you I'm not going to treatment. My parents had to take me involuntarily and it was a pretty awful day the day they took me to treatment. And, you know, I say this because a lot of times when people hear my story they think Oh, well, y'all did everything right and like, it was just this, like, beautiful path to recovery. That's like, no. It was really messy and it is messy and that's okay. There is no perfect way for us to get treatment in a way that can change our life. And so I really want us to think more about the outcome and what treatment might mean to us versus being super close-minded about the process,… 00:05:00 Kimberley Quinlan:  Right. Elizabeth McIngvale: because I think a lot of times we have so much anxiety around I want to go to intensive treatment. I don't want to leave my life. I don't want to put things on hold I don't want to go to this hospital like setting if that's where I'm going and really, it's not about that. It's about what might it give us in the long run,  right? Kimberley Quinlan: Right. Elizabeth McIngvale: And just that chance at freedom that maybe outpatient care can no longer do. Kimberley Quinlan: Right? So for the folks who are new here and if just new to us let's sort of just because I feel like I really want to cover this as as much as we can. When you went to Meninger what was the correct OCD treatment in which you received like was it,… Elizabeth McIngvale: Yeah. Totally. Kimberley Quinlan: can you kind of give us a little bit of a view of what that looks like? Elizabeth McIngvale: Yeah. So before Meninger I had gone to outpatient providers and… Elizabeth McIngvale: I remember playing the  board game life with a therapist once and I crossed the bridge and I remember her saying Liz, how does that feel? And I was like Well I don't know. Like How does it feel to you? Like what? I remember going to my mom and I was young, right? I was adolescent. I said Mom like this isn't working like we're playing the  board game life, I'm not getting better, like this is not therapy and my mom was just like, well, I don't know, she didn't know, she didn't know what she should be doing or not. And so I got to Meninger and I remember there were three things that really put things in perspective for me upon arriving. The first was I met someone else like myself. I met a young girl named Amy who struggled with an eating disorder and OCD and I remember I was crying. I was vomiting. I was so sick. That was so anxious about being there and all she said to me is it's okay. I cried too. And it was the first time in my life. I met someone else like me. And for those of you who know, you know, the the value I believe advocacy has in the OCD world is because we need to feel part of a community, even when we're struggling, And so I got that but it was the first time in my life. I remember, I sat down with my therapists in this conference room and you know, I didn't believe in therapy, candidly. I had gotten really bad therapy for a long time and I just continued to get worse. So I didn't think therapy could help me. I didn't think I could get better and I really was starting to accept that I would just live a life with bad OCD forever and then I would just live in this basically, in the state of misery. And I remember I sat down and for the first time My provider starts asking me all these questions, and he doesn't seem scared. He's like, Oh yeah, no problem. Okay, tell me about this. Tell me about that. And there was this like, not egotistical like this, very humble confidence that. Oh, yeah. Like I know how to treat you, and I was just like, what? And I remember, He said, Yeah, we're gonna do Exposure & Response Prevention (ERP)  I've done this before. You're not the worst case. I've seen, you know, I know how to treat this. I've done all in, It was the first time I realized, Oh my gosh, someone actually knows how to help me. Elizabeth McIngvale:  And so my entire treatment was based on exposure and response prevention and you know I think ERPs come a long way as somebody who now works in this field and runs a program doing, you know, runs at the same program. We don't do ERP the same way we did when I did it. Right. When I did ERP, it was an older school model. It was a very habituation model. I remember holding contaminated sweaters and just sitting there for an hour or two, right? We don't do that anymore, but there's something about the basis, right? The core of the treatment hasn't changed and it's it's what changed my life and it's it's really important that I will say, I can't imagine what it had been like if I would have gone to an impatient or a residential setting that wasn't OCD specific and that wasn't doing evidence-based care. I would have believed in treatment even last and I would have been even more helpless. Kimberley Quinlan: Yeah, there is so much beauty to being with someone who's like, Oh yeah, I've had a worst case than you like. I've had so many clients say like that is the best thing anyone has ever said to me. Elizabeth McIngvale: Yeah. Yeah. Like okay not like Oh like I mean literally providers would say to me in Houston like we've never seen a case of severe. We don't know how to help you and it's like, Well what? So like What do I do? Kimberley Quinlan: Right. Elizabeth McIngvale: You know, Can you try and they're like, we don't know, we don't know how to try. Kimberley Quinlan: Right, right? I'm so grateful that you had that experience. This amazing. So, Let's sort of fast forward to now. You of course are an OCD specialist, we know this an amazing one. I first want to look at the term outpatient For some people, they don't know what that means. So what does OCD outpatient treatment look like? Elizabeth McIngvale: Yeah. OCD TREATMENT ONLINE Kimberley Quinlan: And would you also speak to now since covid? We also have like an online version of that so you want to elaborate on OCD treatment online?  Elizabeth McIngvale: Yeah, there's so many. So actually, let's have you start first by describing self-help because I think it's. So I think it's really important When we think about levels of care to think about the continuum, right? I look at it as like,… Kimberley Quinlan: Right. Yep. OCD SELF HELP Elizabeth McIngvale: there's self-help options, there's outpatient options and then there's intensive option. Elizabeth McIngvale:  Yeah. 00:10:00 Kimberley Quinlan: Beautiful, yeah. Like thats the epitome of me, like even with this podcast, right? How can we provide free or not one one one treat metn for people or in the case of CBT School, how can we  help you to do it on your own?  RIght, so there are sort of self lead courses  or we have the self-compassion workbook for OCD, which is ultimately me as a clinician saying, If I was with a client, this is the steps I would take. So, that's the first step and we offer that all the time. And and I think I don't really actually think we've got that much research on it yet. I think we're in the early stages of that, but that is being really helpful for people who sort of want to become educated, want to understand what's going on and they feel motivated and able to do that on their own. So that's that's the self-help model, then what would we use? Elizabeth McIngvale: Well in one of the things, I want to back up for a second to just and I know you've done so many podcasts on this but for those who've skipped over this one, right, what's really most important is that you're engaging in evidence-based treatment and what we mean by that is that we want to make sure you're getting access to treatment that's been researched and that we know works for OCD. And so there's self-help that is not evidence-based for OCD and they're self-help that is evidence-based for OCD. And one of the beauties of self-help is that you don't have to look at it as a soul intervention, right? Do it while you can, you can do these workbooks, you can do these self-help, you know, in different modalities while you're going to an outpatient therapist. And then one of the things that's really beautiful is that if you live in an area where there isn't OCD providers or OCD specialists your clinicians can actually also use it as a guiding tool in treatment, right? And so again it's allows there to be this rubric of good treatment, all right? This kind of like guide book to,… Kimberley Quinlan: Yeah. Elizabeth McIngvale: you know, or handbook to say. And so Always think of that as kind of our least, invasive level of care and… Kimberley Quinlan:  Right. Elizabeth McIngvale: it's a level of care. That's my goal that everyone ends up at right that you're able to get to a place… Kimberley Quinlan:  Yeah. Elizabeth McIngvale: where like, yes, you're still actively engaged in a treatment community whether that's through self-help workbooks or podcasts or different ways that you connect because that's really helpful, but that you may not need one-to-one anymore, right? I go to one-to-one therapy because it's important for my soul. I don't need it and… Kimberley Quinlan:  Right. Elizabeth McIngvale: that's very different, right? I'm at a place where I can engage the tools inependently, using some resources with and when I need them. And so then the next level is outpatient therapy and traditional outpatient therapy would be oftentimes once a week 45 to 50 minutes session with an OCD specialist in person, one to one in the past three years, that's totally shifted right actually, I would say more commonly it's virtual than it is in person and you know, there's pros and cons. I think most of us Most of us still think in person is better,  right? That just if it's feasible, But from a scheduling perspective and feasibilities perspective online is so much easier, right? So most of us, myself included, I do my therapy online because it's, I don't have to schedule the time to drive and get to my clinician and drive back. And so, that's really important. The second piece that's really important to think about is, I would rather you 100 times over be doing virtual sessions with someone who specializes in OCD and knows how to treat OCD then do in person with someone who doesn't. Elizabeth McIngvale: Right, so really, when we think about therapy and interventions, we want to make sure and this is important because a lot of times people will say, Oh well I've tried out patient therapy, It doesn't work for me but they haven't necessarily tried it with an OCD specialist and they haven't been appropriate evidence-based treatment and really we want you to do that first before you start thinking about next level of care or you know some people will want to do like a medication trial and it's like Well you don't get in the research study in a trial if we haven't tried evidence based stuff first, right? So that's really important. With that being said, outpatient can be a continuum, Some outpatient providers can offer two to three sessions a week for 45 minutes, you know? So they can do kind of what we would call like intensive outpatient and that they may make in their own program, but traditionally most clinicians who carry an outpatient case. Load would see someone once a week for 45 minutes session. Kimberley Quinlan: Yeah and I think that's for our center as well once maybe twice if there's more of a crisis but that's the level of care that we that's the kind of clients that we have and that's the level of care that we do provide. So I think and I will say going back to your online is quite a few of the people who take ERP school have therapists, right? It's like 55% of the people who take ERP School are therapist. So therapists are, you know, even though that might be their specialty, Let's say they're the only person in their neighborhood. That is what they're doing, right? They're just doing the best, they can learning whatever skills they can. So that's very positive in my mind. Elizabeth McIngvale: That's right. Yeah, and want people to have a good sound background in ERP but have to mean that they only treat OCD,… Kimberley Quinlan:  Right. Elizabeth McIngvale: you know, and I think it's important that you can get really great progress right on an outpatient basis with someone who's knowledgeable and ERP. If you are at a place where outpatient level of care is warranted and important to think about, 00:15:00 Kimberley Quinlan:  Right, and that brings me to my next question, how would someone know if they needed a higher level of care for OCD? What would be some symptoms or signs that would be showing up for them? Elizabeth McIngvale: And so the first thing I want you to think about is, Are you seeing somebody who does evidence-based care and are you not getting better, right? That's really the first like thing we need to look at is, Are you going to therapy and have you given in a good therapeutic dose, right? So we're talking, you know, at least a couple months. You don't expect that in two sessions, right? We're like better. Because often it may get worse than better. But at least, you know, maybe a couple weeks to a month or two. Are you on your own saying, I'm not seeing the results that I want, right? That this is, this is not getting me where I want to be. The second question is what level of functioning has your OCD impacted? Elizabeth McIngvale: Traditionally most of our patients in residential care are not working full-time. So their OCD is really impacting their functioning on a level that's disruptive so whether that's either their family life or their job or their school or their career, right? Something is pretty significantly disrupted from their OCD. That once a week may not be enough, right? It again the level of disruption is a little bit too high and then the third thing to really think about is what your provider telling you A good OCD clinician should not be trying to make some sort of a program for you that they don't typically do to keep you on their caseload. Kimberley Quinlan: Right. OCD INTENSIVE TREATMENT Elizabeth McIngvale: They should willing to say to you, You know I think I think you need more right now. And this is what more might look like. And the reality is that you're going to get to go back to them, right? As long as they're doing good ERP and evidence based care, right? You're gonna be encouragedto go back to that outpatient provider but it's about stepping up the level of intensity, right? If we have a medical diagnosis and we're going to our doctor but it starts to warrant the level of hospitalization or certain you know more intensive treatment, we don't want our outpatient doctor to keep seeing us in their private practice, right? We want them to send us to the hospital so that it can get managed and we can get more intensive treatment until we can return back to an outpatient level of management. We cannot treat the brain differently. Elizabeth McIngvale: You know, and I hear people all the time. Well Liz, you know, I don't really want to go to treatment for four six weeks and my answer is like, well, what's 4 6? 12 18. However, many weeks you're at a treatment center if it gives you the rest of your life. Kimberley Quinlan: Right. Elizabeth McIngvale: Right? When we are talking about meeting this level of care, the disruption is not minimal the disruption is significant, right? We know that for patients with OCD, OCD impacts all aspects of your quality of life, right? All facets of it. I'm looking at our data yesterday and all like our 2022 outcomes data. We see significant statistically, significant decrease in OCD scores in phq-9. Kimberley Quinlan: Right. Elizabeth McIngvale: But then also in disability scores, right? Because we want you to be able to get back to functioning and get back to the life, you love, or you deserve, or you're excited about that OCD is taking away from you and so, I always want, I always want you to think about that and often with that means is that you typically can't do the homework, you're being assigned,… Kimberley Quinlan:  Yeah. Elizabeth McIngvale: you know, being assigned homework, and you're trying to do it, you're trying to engage in it, but you're struggling and you find that you're you're not able to do that homework independently. And so often times patients in our level of care, need extra support. They need support in the evenings. They need support outside of their behavioral therapy sessions to be able to do this ERP They need extra coaching, they need extra support. They need extra motivation. Kimberley Quinlan: Right. And and recently, we had Micah Howe on the podcast. I was sharing with you before and he was really saying… He said, I went to inpatient thinking that it would be like a new kind of therapy and he's like, it was actually good to see, it's the same therapy, but more, right? Like just so much more. Elizabeth McIngvale:  That's right. Yeah, if you're with a good therapist, right? It's same, if you're with someone who's doing evidence-based care, it's the same therapy but more and maybe maybe it's implemented a little bit differently, right? I do believe that we use some different language. We try to get things to stick in different ways, right? That sort of thing, but the model of treatment shouldn't change. OCD INPATIENT TREATMENT  Kimberley Quinlan: Okay, so this is all beautiful and I think it all of those points that you made are so important. The homework piece the therapist feeling like that's what they're recommendation is. What would be the next step up from outpatient? OCD treatment, in your opinion? Elizabeth McIngvale: Yeah. So you know I can't speak for all the programs but what I can tell you is that here at the OCD Institute in Houston, Right? Houston Ocdi. We really focus on a super detailed admission process. And so what I mean by that is Kim,… 00:20:00 Elizabeth McIngvale: if you call tomorrow and said Hey I have sever OCD, I need to come to your program. We don't say great, here's our next opening,  that's not how it works at all. So for us we require a provider referral form a family referral form. You have to complete intake forms and then we do a one hour zoom session with you And during that zoom session we want to gather information. We want to understand your current symptoms. We want to make sure two things A: You're a good fit for our program and B: that we think this level of cares appropriate for you, you know, just because sometimes people have really bad OCD but they're actually not right yet for this level here. I run my program with this super strong whatever we want to call it…but deep rooted ethical means because it's happened to me in different ways and I'll never do it is I want to make sure that if someone is coming here and using certain resources that aren't you know, They run out. I want to make sure they're having the best chance of Elizabeth McIngvale:  Managing their symptoms being able to return and live return to their life or live their life. And so, what I mean by that is that I don't take a patient if they want to come here, but we don't think they're good fit and ethically, I'm never gonna do that, right? I want you to get the right treatment and go to the right providers and the same thing happens when you come here. I think a lot of times people think, Oh, if I go to intensive treatment, I just, you know, they're gonna take my money and hopefully I get better. Absolutely not. You should run from a program that you feel like that programs should be reassessing every week. We have team meeting every day, we have rounds and we're talking about, Is this the right fit? Are we helping move the needle? Is the patient getting better? And so just because you start, somewhere, doesn't always mean you're gonna end somewhere. Sometimes we learn a lot about a patient. And example might be You come here with strong with with really high level OCD. But as you start doing intensive, work we realize. Wow you you're really struggling with emotion regulation and we actually think you need to go get some DBT work first before you're going to be able to effectively engage in ERP. And so we may encourage a patient to discharge,… Elizabeth McIngvale: go do DBT and come back to us so that there's a chance at us being successful. I never want to patient to stay in my level of care and not be successful because it wasn't the right time or they needed to do something else first because then guess what they think treatment doesn't work for them and they think they can't get better when that's not the case. I talked about this with John Abramowitz the other day on a webinar with Chris Johnson and then we were talking about ERP and I said Guys for all intents and purposes there's years if not decades a decade in my life where I could have said to you ERP doesn't work for me. But it's not that ERP didn't work for me. Kimberley Quinlan: Mmm. Elizabeth McIngvale: It's that I wasn't accepting ERP and I wasn't engaging in ERP. I was doing it with one foot in one foot out. And the good news with intensive treatment is, we're going to try to help you get both feet in, right? We're gonna try to increase your motivation, increase your willingness, and we can support you 24 hours a day in that process, which is what outpatient therapy cannot do. An outpatient therapist does not have the capacity to offer that level of support… Elizabeth McIngvale: where we can and we do. At the same time, If we're trying and you're not able to do that right now, we're not going to keep trying the same thing. We're not gonna keep saying Well let's just keep doing ERP because guess what ERP isn't gonna work for you right now, but it's not that ERP doesn't work. It's because we need to get you ready to do ERP even at an intensive level. And so we should be thinking about that as well. And so my point is that it's not a one size fits all model. And if you're looking for intensive or residential programs, be cautious of that, be cautious of programs that, you know, require you to stay a certain amount of time and take all your money up front and they're not going to, you know, customize a plan, you know, that sort of thing. Kimberley Quinlan: Mmm. I love that. I love that. So, just for the sake of people understanding and I actually will even admit, like, I really want to know this too because I've only ever been an outpatient provider. I've never been an inpatient or a residential provider. So could you share Maybe the differences between OCD intensive, outpatient therapy, right? With OCD inpatient treatment or residential treatment. What, what would the day look like? And how would that be different for the person with OCD? Elizabeth McIngvale: Yeah, it's a great question and let's actually walk through. There's a couple levels of care, so there's IOP, which is intensive outpatient, which is often three to five hours a day. Three to five days a week. There's PHP, which is partial hospitalization, which is often five days a week about eight hours a day. And then there's residential level of care, which is 24 hours, a day, 7 days a week. And then there's inpatient level of care, which is also 24 hours a day, seven days a week, but impatient is a little bit different than like what we have here at the Houston OCDI where we're residential. Inpatient can take patients with a higher level of acuity. So impatient is often a locked unit. That's a hospital setting. So they may be able to take patients that are active safety risk, you know, harm of hurting themselves that sort of thing, where residential program like ours, we don't, we don't accept those patients because we can't maintain that level of acuity for them. We are not a facility that can help keep patients safe. And what I mean by that is that while our program operates 24 hours a day. We are a non-locked unit. We have a full kitchen, we've got washer dryers, we get for all intents and purposes, like You're living in a beautiful residential home and you have access to knives, you can leave whenever you want. You can go off site, you can go to the Astros game if you're here in Houston. And we want you to do that. Actually, we want you to start to reintegrate into life, while you're in treatment with us. 00:25:00 Elizabeth McIngvale: And so, the reality is that, we need patients to be at a certain level of acuity right? So they have to be safe, and they have to not be a risk or harm to themselves for us to feel comfortable that they can engage in our level of care safely. And so, the difference between let's say IOP is that often times, we're talking about three to five hours a day, three days a week and so you're doing intensive sessions together, right? Imagine you're going to your therapist and for three hours a day, you're doing some, you know, individual or even group stuff, but you're working together, you're doing exposures and you're getting three hours of support versus 45 minutes. Elizabeth McIngvale: Residential however, is 24 hours a day. And so, for our residential patients, there's programming from 8:45 to 4 pm Monday through Friday, 8:45 to 3 pm on weekends. But there's residential counselors here 24 hours a day, which means that when we do outings with our patients, Wednesday and Saturday night our RCs are going with you. They're encouraging you. They're helping you. They're supporting you. Because for all all of our patients actually with OCD, there's exposures built into outings you know, to going off, site to going and doing enjoyable things. And so you have that support 24 hours. If you need support in the shower, you have that support. If you need support cooking a meal, you have that support doing your laundry, you have that support in a residential setting. So really, if you need extra support around activities of daily living, we want you to be thinking about a residential level of care, compared to more of an outpatient level of care. Even if it's intensive outpatient or PHP, you're gonna go home in the evenings and you're gonna be expected to be able to engage in those activities on your own. Kimberley Quinlan: Right. Right. So just because I'm thinking of the listeners and I'm wondering if they're wondering, Does that mean that when they come into your Houston residential program that, let's say, if they're someone who showers for, let's say, two or three hours, that you're immediately, your therapist on staff are going to be cutting them dance for like down right away. Or What does that look like? Is it gradual? Like How would that like, That's just an example… Elizabeth McIngvale: Oh yeah. Kimberley Quinlan: But what would that look like in the residential format? Elizabeth McIngvale:  It's a great question, right? So I can tell you up front, if someone is coming with contamination OCD and they have, Let's just say a two to three hour shower. My goal is definitely gonna be that we're cutting that down, right? And the goal is that you're not going to be engaging in that long of a shower, by the time you leave and that's not your goal, right? Or you wouldn't be coming, but everything is done slowly and systematically and it's done effectively. So, what I mean by that is that we're not gonna push you to do exposures, if you can't engage in response prevention yet. We know, that's not useful. And so, what you would expect really weeks one and two are getting to know our model. You're starting to, you know, engage in readings and videos. And, you know, you have some small exposures. We're starting to do and you're building trust and repor, but you're starting where you want to start. Some of our patients might show up with the two-hour shower, but that's actually not their most distressing compulsion, something else is and that's what they want to work on first and that's where we're gonna meet them, right? We're not gonna start with a place you don't want to start and so we slowly work up to things and we get there together and we do like monitors in the shower and in our staff room so that we can have coached showers. So we might say things. Like If you set a goal of you know I want to be done with shampooing my hair within a five minute period or this, right? We're telling you the time we're communicating with you throughout we're asking you if you need a different level of support, we're talking to you about the amount of supplies you take into the shower prior. So we're doing a lot of planning, a lot of prepping. But I have a lot of rules. For exposures as an OCD clinician and certainly as the program director here. Number one is exposure should never be a surprise? We never throw exposures on someone, right? We talk about it with you. We're all on board. It's not an unplanned exposure by just, you know, say Hey today you're doing this or I just purposely contaminate you. The second is exposures should be agreed upon mutually right? You should be wanting to do it. You should be agreeing to do it. It shouldn't be something that I think makes sense. It should be what you think makes sense. And of course the last is that it should always be something I'm willing to do, right? I'm never ask someone to do an exposure that I'm not willing to do and so that doesn't shift in the residential process, right? Yes. In a residential program, I might be able to push patients a little bit more because I, I know they're gonna have support. I know that we can help them or you're with four hours of activity or people blocks a day compared to you know, 20 minutes within my 45 minute outpatient session. So sure we may be able to push a little bit more or a vote higher levels of distress when we're doing er, 00:30:00 Elizabeth McIngvale:  Than what would be comfortable with on an outpatient level but across the board motivation. Willingness that's on the patient, not on us, and it shouldn't be Kimberley Quinlan: And I'm just curious because I don't, this is so wonderful and thank you for sharing all that. Because I think that's true for outpatient and… Elizabeth McIngvale:  forced, or Kimberley Quinlan: for residential, but I think is so beautiful in that setting and I'm mainly just curious because I haven't been able to visit your center is,… Elizabeth McIngvale:  Yes. Kimberley Quinlan: are they as everyone bunked in rooms together? Like, What does that look like? I know that in and of itself may be scary for people going in, right? Like, Do I have to sleep with somebody because I have compulsions around sleep and I'm afraid I won't sleep like, so, what does that look like? Elizabeth McIngvale: I know it's a great question and it's it's interesting because when I so I actually went to the Meninger clinic when I went impatient at 15 and it was a locked unit, it was a much, lover, level higher, level of acuity. And so it was this like, sterile hospital, like setting, you know, and I remember feeling super upset and anxious and away from my home and One of the things that I don't love about those sort of settings for OCD treatment perspective, is that like, we had a housekeeper there, for example, like there was an access to a washer dryer to a kitchen. So like meals were prepared for you and what laundry was done. And while that's fine or good, actually, for some of us with OCD. It's not good for OCD, right? Because we want patients to actually practice those skills. And so, However, before I jump into what our programs like I do want to say, I still got better. Elizabeth McIngvale: And I will tell you that, if the cost is being in an uncomfortable, sterile hospital setting, but it was me getting my life back. I do it all over again and so I really want us to think about that. Kimberley Quinlan: That's really interesting. Elizabeth McIngvale: You know that I think sometimes we we get so hung up on like, am I gonna be comfortable? What does it look like? What if I have a roommate and at the end of the day, you're getting your life back? So those sort of things are not what's more important, that should not override if it's an OCD specialty program, if you're going to be with other patients with anxiety or OCD, that's more important to me. I want When you're, if you're looking for a higher level of care, you need to be asking questions, like Are all the patients Patients with anxiety OCD are related disorders, is the treatment program specific to that, right? You don't want to be at a program with, you know, people with 20 diagnoses and there's just generalist modalities for groups or generalists, you know, groups and whatnot. You want there to be effective evidence-based care, being taught to you for anxiety and OCD. Elizabeth McIngvale:  And so our program is actually so different. So our program is, in a beautiful Mediterranean, you know, 6,000 square foot, beautiful home and with the brand new kitchen, and it's got, you know, two washers too. Dryers and we have 11 beds total. So, six of our I'm sorry, we have six bedrooms, five of the bedrooms, have double beds. So, two queens and those rooms and then one has a single bed, that's our ada room, all of our bedrooms have their own bathroom and it's a really a home like home like experience. I think all of our patients would tell you, I hear this, I do it. Check out with every patient that comes through a program, I run groups and with them all the time, they always say that the entire experience was completely different than what they expected. You know, they were thinking this hospital setting this kind of rigid treatment where it was really instead it's like, hey, you come here and we help together create a supportive environment to get you back to the things you want to be doing in your life. Kimberley Quinlan: Yeah, I love it. I mean, when I used to work in the eating disorder community, it's like a big family. Like and and I think for me from my experience of clients, going through residential programs is, I think they had this idea of What the other people would be like only to find out. Like, these are my people, like, these are my people and and I want to encourage people listening. I know it's scary, the idea of increasing your, at the level of care. But usually, when you increase the level of care, you meet more of your people which is like the silver lining, I don't know, that was just being my experience of people and… Elizabeth McIngvale: I couldn't agree more,… Kimberley Quinlan: what they've said, Elizabeth McIngvale: you know, and we we see our patients and they leave. And we do this mentor support group where they can come back and run them into our group to the newer patients, or the patients currently in the program and it's so great to see. But I cannot tell you how many of our patients are great friends now and they go to the conference together and… Kimberley Quinlan: Yeah. Elizabeth McIngvale: they, you know, connect together and they run a support group for each other outside of when they leave here to keep and hold each other accountable. But you know one of the beauties is that in our home like setting you get to truly practice everything, right? And so you practice, the things you're gonna have to be doing at home, from cooking a meal doing your laundry, cleaning your room, right? All these sort of things that are important skills. We don't want to isolate and create this sterile environment. We want it to feel and to mimic your home. And so, there is so many memories and so much connection that's made when you're cooking together with your residence or when you're sitting in the living room together and watching them a movie, or going out to dinner in the community together and those are some of the most Important impactful and meaningful experiences and treatment, right? Not only because you make peers and connections, but you also get to encourage each other in the treatment process together. 00:35:00 Kimberley Quinlan: Mmm, I love that. Okay. So we've worked our way to the higher level of care. You've done the higher level of care. Let's make sure we finish this story. Well, right? It's like, it's like a movie plot to, the right is, How do we come down the level of care, right? So what does it look like for somebody who's done higher levels of care? What what is like you said at the beginning? It's not just like a one and done, you can sort of dust yourself off and maybe you can, I don't know. What is your experience? What's your suggestions in terms of reducing the level of care, Elizabeth McIngvale: Yeah. So our goal from treatment is that anytime someone discharges from our program, their discharging to an outpatient level of care and at some times for some of our patients, they're going to discharge back to their outpatient provider and they may see them two or three days a week, a first couple weeks and then two days a week and then, you know, to kind of taper back down to traditional outpatient or whatever, their therapist has available. And so that's the goal. But getting there looks different for everyone. So some of our patients will do residential the whole time, they're with us 12 to 16 weeks. However, long, they're in treatment and go straight back to their outpatient level of care, especially if they live out of state, different things that may make the most sense for them, but some of our patients may actually discharge to our day program. So they may, you know, spend eight weeks with us in the residential. And then discharge to our day program, for the last four weeks, especially if they're local, but even if they're not, they may get an airbnb and discharge to that level of care because it might actually be recommended and warranted for them to really practice independent things outside of the treatment day without 24 hours support Elizabeth McIngvale:  And then again be able to tailor or taper back down to an outpatient level of care. So for us that is always our goal. One of the questions I get a lot is like Well when will I know if I'm ready to leave Liz and What will that look like? And my response is always the same is that I don't expect or actually want patients to leave here without any OCD. If you're leaving here without any triggers or any anxiety or OCD, then we probably kept you too long, right? Because it's important to remember that. You only should be in this level of care for as long as it's warranted. We should not be keeping you and charging you and having you stay. If you're ready to go to an outpatient level of care at that point. And so, my response is always, I'm, I, I want people to discharge when they're at a place where the treatment team and the patient feels confident that they're going to be able to maintain their progress on an outpatient level. And so the goal is that you've gotten all the tools, you've got the skills, you understand the concepts, you know, the difference between feeding your OCD and fighting your OCD and what that looks Elizabeth McIngvale:  Like, you've changed your relationship with anxiety and OCD and now you're ready to keep doing that on your own. And so for a lot of our patients, we recommend and have them do what's called a therapeutic absence. This is typically about three fourths through treatment. We'll ask you to go home for about three to five days. Practice your skills. See how you do, see where you got stuck? Come back. We'll tweak things will help kind of read those final things before you leave, but the goal is that you're gonna discharge to outpatient care and you're gonna discharge to a functioning structured schedule. So this is really important, right? I want you at discharge to have a clear plan for what you're going to be doing, we don't want you to go home without a plan and to, you know, potentially revert back to sleeping in staying in your room, right? Those sort of things we want you to go back to a schedule because one of the benefits of being in our program is how scheduled and structured. It is Kimberley Quinlan: And I love this because as a treatment provider, anytime a client of mine has come back from residential or some kind of intensive treatment, the therapist that they were working with gives me this plan right? Or the The client brings me the plan and so I'm I hit the, what's The saying? Hit the ground running. Like I know what the plan is that we already have it. Elizabeth McIngvale: Yep. Kimberley Quinlan: It's not like we have to go and create a whole nother treatment plan. It's usually coming handed off really beautifully, which makes that process like so easy. Elizabeth McIngvale:  that's, Kimberley Quinlan: For an outpatient provider to to take that client back. Elizabeth McIngvale: Our goal, right? Our goal is that if you referred someone to meet him, I'm gonna be talking to you before I start working with them and I'm certainly going to be talking to you as we're getting close to discharge and around the time of discharge to transition that care. Right? Seamless,… Kimberley Quinlan: Right. Elizabeth McIngvale: we want it to be smooth and we want the patient to feel like there's not an interruption in their treatment. Kimberley Quinlan:  Right. Oh my gosh. So, good. Is there anything we've missed? Do you feel? Elizabeth McIngvale: Not really, you know, I think I get this question a lot, you know, across the board everything we've talked about just because I've personally experienced this, I do this myself professionally and Here's what I'll tell you guys. Treatment is fair is scary No matter what. It doesn't matter if we're doing on outpatient level or an intensive level, right? We're being asked to face our fears or being asked to do things that terrify us I know and many of our listeners know that treatment can and will save your life. And so if you're questioning if you're ready, if it makes sense, you may not ever feel ready and it may not ever make sense. But what I can promise you is that if you put forth the work,… 00:40:00 Kimberley Quinlan: If? Elizabeth McIngvale: the outcome is incredible. And I am someone who sits right here as Elizabeth McIngvale: Someone who really believes in full circle moments. Because the program that I attended when I was 15 is the program. I now get to run every day. Kimberley Quinlan:  It makes me want to cry. Elizabeth McIngvale: And it is, it is I can tell you. I I love my job and every person at our team here at the Houston OCD Institute. We are driven by the opportunity to help individuals change their own life through treatment and it works. I wouldn't you know Kim those of us with lived experiences even if it's different we wouldn't be doing the work that we do. If we didn't know it worked What a friend,… Kimberley Quinlan:  All right. Elizabeth McIngvale: what a horrible life if I had to be a fraud every day pretending for didn't, you know, I couldn't but we do this, we make a career out of it and and we get to keep changing lives and keep hopefully doing for others. What some people did for us when we really needed it. And I'm very grateful that I have the opportunity to be at a… Kimberley Quinlan: So beautiful. Elizabeth McIngvale: where I can now help other people. And what I can promise you is that with the right treatment, you can be at a place where you can be doing, whatever it is. You're meant to be doing not what OCD wants you to be doing. Kimberley Quinlan: So beautiful. My curiosity is killing me here. So I'm just gonna have to ask you one more question, is it the same location? Elizabeth McIngvale: It is not. So when I was a patient it was impatient actually at the Meninger clinic. So it was in that hospital setting and they closed their program in 2008 and then it became an offset. And so it's now we're our own facility and a beautiful house. And we're in a beautiful neighborhood in the Heights that you can walk around in Houston. Kimberley Quinlan: Yeah. Elizabeth McIngvale: So it is not a hospital setting but it is the same program for all intensive purposes. Kimberley Quinlan:  Right? That is so cool. I am so grateful for you. Thank you so much now um I know you've shared a little bit but do you want to tell us where people can get a hold of you, any social media websites, and so forth. Elizabeth McIngvale: Yes. Yes, please feel free to reach out anytime y'all want my instagram and handle is Dr. Liz OCD. So you can always reach out there or find resources and support but for our website you can go to Houston OCDI.ORG or you can give us a call at 713-526-5055. And what I'll tell you is that I'm always available to help answer questions offer support and that doesn't mean you have to choose our program, but I would love to give good insight into what you should look for. And what I will say is, I know, can you talk about us all the time? You want to make sure the program that you're attending engages in evidence-based care so for OCD that's going to be ERP and often a combination of medication and that they really specialize in treating solely anxiety and OCD and OCD related disorders at the intens Or you want to be cautious? Not to go to a program. That's a really mixed program that says, they can also treat OCD. I don't think that'll be the same experience. Kimberley Quinlan: Agreed agreed, So grateful for you. This I feel like this has been so beautifully. Put like in terms of like explaining the whole step, their questions. I will be I'll be referring patients to this episode all the time because these are common questions we get asked. So thank you so much for coming on.Elizabeth McIngvale:  Well, thank you for having me. Anything I can never offer. Please never hesitate to reach out, and thank you for all that you do in the awareness and education you spread in our field.

The Red Letter Disciple
031: Chris Burns Discusses Sexual Addiction, The First Step in Healing From Sexual Brokenness, and Why He Compares Addiction to Riding a Backwards Bike

The Red Letter Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2023 59:42


Chris is a recovering addict that now leads a recovery ministry. He is a licensed social worker and sex addiction therapist. Not only will he clarify the difference between sexual brokenness vs. sexual addiction, but Chris shares his own personal story of recovery, how to get help if you need help, and the first step in sexual healing. To learn more about the podcast or access the show notes, visit www.redletterpodcast.com. Today's episode is brought to you by Red Letter Living. At its core, Red Letter Living creates resources to challenge all people to be greater disciples of Jesus. If you are a pastor, consider a 40-day challenge to start directly after Easter. Here's a blog I just wrote called “Stumped with Post-Easter Plans: 5 Reasons to Launch a 40-Day Challenge.” Let's partner up. Find out more at www.redletterchallenge.com/join.FYI I will repost the blog from here and upload it end of February: https://redletterchallenge.com/stumped-with-post-easter-plans-5-reasons-to-start-a-40-day-challenge/. That will be the blog I link to in the above.Resources mentioned in the episode: Rewrite Recovery Counseling Restoration NightsSmarter Everyday Video (Backwards Bike)The Backwards Bike, Discipline, and Recovery by Chris Burns Rewrite RecoveryKey insights from the episode: Sex addiction doesn't have a lot to do with sex. It's an inability to be intimate, vulnerable, and authentic. - Chris Burns. The way you know if something is an issue is if there is shame. - Chris Burns People who would have never had a sex addiction now do because of devices. - Chris BurnsWhile we have never had so much opportunity to fail in history before, we also have never had so much opportunity for recovery. - Chris BurnsPowerlessness isn't weakness. - Chris BurnsJesus never shames because he is always pointing forward, instead of backward. - Zach ZehnderAddiction is not who you are, it's what you've done. - Chris BurnsChris Burns' Challenge: Take one step to prevent brokenness/sexual integrity.Lead yourself (and your church) to find freedom in forgiveness. We'd love to introduce you to the 40-Day Forgiving Challenge.Zach and Chris were talking in the interview about Peter's story of redemption which is laid out beautifully in our latest 40-day challenge.We'd love to help you and your church discover what freedom in forgiveness feels like by exploring the powerful forgiveness that Jesus offers to each and every one of us.The Forgiving Challenge takes you on a life-changing journey to experience the gift of God's grace so that you can share it with others. It also helps you identify and walk through the five phases leading to freedom. So many are jumping into this 40-day challenge in 2023. Let's do this!You can learn more about the challenge here!A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sermons - Sunset Church of Christ
2/26/23 - Ignite: The Enduring Flame - Chris Johnson

Sermons - Sunset Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2023


Sermon - February 26, 2023

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
Miami Hurricanes NEW Running Backs Coach Tim Harris Jr. Breakdown, Great Hire By Mario Cristobal!

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2023 32:56


The Miami Hurricanes have their new running backs coach, Tim Harris Jr. He joins Mario Cristobal's staff after finding great success coaching running backs at UCF. The UCF Knights were top top in America with 228 rushing yards per game. Tim is the son of Miami legend Tim “ICE” Harris. Tim Jr. is a Miami alum. He will have plenty of talent to work with at The U with running backs like Henry Parrish, Don Chaney, TreVonte Citizen, Mark Fletcher and Chris Johnson.  Guest Larry Blustein joins host Alex Donno to break down Tim's strengths as a coach. Blu covered Tim and his father for many years. Tim Jr, like his dad, is a former head coach at Booker T. Washington High School in Miami. Blu explains how Harris can help elevate Miami's talent and how his recruiting chops will come in to play. Blu reminds listeners that the best recruiting tool is WINNING.  Alex and Blu discuss how Harris' rushing attack can compliment the passing game under new OC and quarterbacks coach Shannon Dawson. The guys discuss 2024 quarterback AJ Hairston from Monarch High School, and how he's perhaps the most underrated high school quarterback in the area. He was recently offered in Miami. Blu breaks down other Miami targets, like 4-star WR Chance Robinson and 5-star D-linemen Elijah Rushing and David Stone.  Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Place your first FIVE DOLLAR bet to get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in Free Bets – win or lose! Visit Fanduel.com/LockedOn today to get started FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Roller Out the Barrel Podcast
04-01 ROTB-RIVERSIDE SMUDGEPOTS-Chris ”CURATOR” Johnson & Victor ”The Designer” Gomez

The Roller Out the Barrel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2023 83:09


Swampy Fox and Barrel Roller hit up a couple fine gentlemen from California to talk 1886 baseball. Chris Johnson and Victor Gomez talk facial hair, putting effort into presentation, how not to be bitter after losing one because you won 2, Bobby Grich giving away shirts to Goodwill, what the "DESIGNER' has designed and how he is sleeping with the enemy. So much fun was had, SEASON 4 is now....ACTIVATED!

The Red Letter Disciple
030: Tanner Olson on Poetry's Place in the World, How Being a Writer is Only 10% Writing, and His Best Advice for Those Who Want to Be Entrepreneurs

The Red Letter Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2023 55:06


Tanner Olson is an author, speaker, and poet. Tanner discusses his writing rhythms, how he's grown his platform and influence over the years, and his unique way of blending humor and creativity into a story and announcing the hope and love of Jesus. To learn more about the podcast or access the show notes, visit www.redletterpodcast.com. Today's episode is brought to you by Red Letter Living. At its core, Red Letter Living creates resources to challenge all people to be greater disciples of Jesus.Pastors and church leaders, enjoy a FREE resource called Growing Your Church Challenge: 10 Ideas to Grow Your Church that Cost Little to No Money. Enter the code “PodcastPastor” at checkout to receive this totally FREE! This offer is good up until Easter 2023 (4/9/2023). These ten ideas are going to be extremely practical, and not vague ideas like "preach better" and "be kinder." I trust you already do that. So, go, grab this FREE resource and let's grow our churches for the glory of God.Resources mentioned in the episode: Written to Speak by Tanner OlsonTanner Olson Instagram Walk a Little Slower Podcast by Tanner OlsonWritten to Speak Blog by Tanner OlsonKey insights from the episode: Art takes surrendering. - Tanner OlsonTanner spends 10% of his time writing; the other 90% is “all the other stuff.” Tanner OlsonPoetry has a place in the church. - Tanner OlsonPoetry is not a sermon; it is not a song. It is somewhere in between. - Tanner OlsonPoetry is for everybody, but not everybody knows that poetry is for them. - Tanner OlsonCreate and write for the people who follow you, not for the ones who don't. - Tanner OlsonIt's better to have a very small audience with faithful followers than have 100,000 followers who don't know you exist. - Tanner OlsonTanner's Challenge: Rest and read poetry!Are you following Jesus? Many want to be greater followers of Jesus but don't know how. We extensively studied everything that Jesus commanded of us and located 5 key targets to which Jesus invited His followers. The five targets are Being, Forgiving, Serving, Giving, and Going.In partnership with LifeWay Research, we created a Red Letter Challenge Assessment that will measure you according to these five targets. And the best news of all: it's free! You will get results back immediately and be presented with the next steps to help you become an even greater follower of Jesus.You can take the FREE Red Letter Challenge Assessment here. Some not-so-key insights: Tanner knew his spot in heaven was secured when he worked at Chick-fil-A. A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
Miami Hurricanes Will Emphasize Balance With New OC, QB AJ Hairston Offered, Canes Hoops Keep Winning!

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2023 34:44


The Miami Hurricanes did not add players like 5-star offensive linemen Francis Mauigoa and Samson Okulola or 4-star running backs Mark Fletcher and Chris Johnson just to abandon a rushing attack. Listeners of Locked On Canes have asked host Alex Donno if Miami's running game will take a back seat, now that air raid OC Shannon Dawson has been hired. The answer is NO. Expect Cristobal to want Dawson to modernize and maximize Miami's passing attack while incorporating a power running game. Dawson would not have gotten the job in the first place if he was not on board with this objective.  Alex answers questions from listeners. You can tweet us @LockedOnCanes. Alex is happy that Miami offered Monarch quarterback AJ Hairston, who had a solid junior season in 2022. Donno is surprised that Miami was his first division one offer. He's also had some interest from Florida State. Donno expects another huge step forward from sophomore linebacker Wesley Bissainthe, big contributions from transfer LB Francisco Mauigoa, and Donno expects true freshman LB Malik Bryant to find a niche in the rotation this season.  Donno is asked if the Hurricanes basketball team can earn a 1-seed in the NCAA tournament. Donno recalls the incredible season Miami had in 2013 and they were given a 2-seed. He expects a 2-seed to be their ceiling this year even if they win out their final 3 games and win the ACC tournament.  Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Place your first FIVE DOLLAR bet to get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in Free Bets – win or lose! Visit Fanduel.com/LockedOn today to get started FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The SplashCast with Reggie and Norwood
Episode 90: I'm Not Coming To Work

The SplashCast with Reggie and Norwood

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2023 159:48


EPISODE 90 IS OUT NOW!!! Like, Follow, Subscribe, and tell a friend to tell a friend The Superbowl has come and gone and we learned Patty Mahomes is unreal. Lebron breaks one of the greatest and most historic records in all of sports and adds to his resume as one of the GOATS of the game. Brett Favre Sues Pat McAfee and Shannon Sharp for defamation (02:13) OU & UT moving to SEC in 2024 (08:08) HBCUs represent in the Super Bowl (13:34) Von Miller poses the question while taking tequila shots: who was faster in their prime Cheetah vs. Chris Johnson (17:03) Jerry Jones is at the Superbowl but....is he happy? (21:49) Jamal Williams is a national treasure (26:04) The King gets booed (28:34) Two Years and $800k for some Trash Grass (29:40) Eagles made a great showing and earned a bunch of respect...….on offense (33:42) Chiefs pull the W out and Andy Reid coached his a** off (48:43) Lebron Breaks The All Time Scoring Record, then took a day off...…OKC didn't care though (01h 35:23) Trade Deadline Action: KD, Westbrook, Saadiq Bey all on the move, and all the 2nd round picks get moved. (01h 51:34)

The Red Letter Disciple
029: Stuart Hall on What We are Getting Wrong with Gen Z, How The Word Purity Needs to be Changed, and the Sure Way to Get Teens to Open Up to You.

The Red Letter Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2023 66:35


Stuart has served as Orange's Director of Student Leadership for over three decades. He also contributed to the 2022 book What Most Parents Aren't Telling You. As we unpacked some of the latest data and talked about what parents care about, Stuart shared tips on juggling kids' sports and faith and what is true about Gen Z that the media isn't letting on. To learn more about the podcast or access the show notes, visit www.redletterpodcast.com. Today's episode is brought to you by Red Letter Living. At its core, Red Letter Living creates resources to challenge all people to be greater disciples of Jesus. One of our integral FREE resources is a Red Letter Challenge Assessment. It only takes 7-10 minutes to complete. Are you following Jesus? Many want to be greater followers of Jesus but don't know how. So we extensively studied everything Jesus commanded of us and located five key targets to which Jesus invited His followers. The five targets are Being, Forgiving, Serving, Giving, and Going.In partnership with LifeWay Research, we created a Red Letter Challenge Assessment that will measure you according to these five targets. And the best news of all: it's free! You will get results back immediately and be presented with the following steps to help you become an even greater follower of Jesus.You can take the FREE Red Letter Challenge Assessment here. Resources mentioned in the episode: thinkOrange.comWhat Most Parents Aren't Telling You by Orange, (contributor: Stuart Hall)Key insights from the episode: Take teenagers seriously. - Stuart HallBelieving in the next generation goes a long way. - Stuart HallTeenagers are looking for a significant adult to speak the truth in their lives.- Stuart HallProximity covers a multitude of sins when you are speaking to the next generation. Stuart HallAuthenticity trumps coolness every time. - Chris JohnsonThe next generation is the smartest, most educated generation in our country. - Stuart HallThe family used to be rooted in mutual obligation, but now it is rooted in mutual understanding. - Stuart HallWe can all draw a line in the sand, but eventually you have to release those children into the wild. - Stuart HallParents want to build an empire state building faith on a chicken coop foundation. - Stuart HallThe difference in prioritizing faith in white parents was more than 24% less than any other ethnicity. - Stuart HallAre you willing to offer unconditional belonging long before belief? - Stuart HallAdults post a ton on social media and call it “marketing.” Teenagers post a ton and we call it addiction. - Stuart HallBelonging drives identity. - Stuart HallIf you want to go deeper on understanding Gen Z, here's a sermon by Pastor Zach from October 2022 entitled “How Do We Fight For the Next Generation?” It would be really great if we could embed the video here.A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
How The Next Miami Hurricanes OC Can Maximize The Talent, Hoops Team Beats UNC For 5th Straight W!

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2023 33:26


Miami Hurricanes quarterback Tyler Van Dyke will be learning his third different offense in four years. Miami is looking to maximize wide receiver talents like Jacolby George, Colbie Young, Xavier Restrepo and Brashard Smith in order to show the next generation of WRs that Miami is a good place to play. The rumors on the offensive coordinator front have gone quiet over the past couple days. Could this mean Mario Cristobal is on the verge of finalizing his choice? Host Alex Donno and guest Larry Blustein break down the situation and Blu predicts which of Miami's receivers he expects to stand out in 2023. Blu is high on incoming freshmen Ray Ray Joseph and Robby Washington. At running back, Blu hopes Miami doesn't have to rely too much on true freshmen Mark Fletcher and Chris Johnson, but he expects Fletcher especially has the physicality to make an impact in year one.  The guys review a fifth straight win for the Miami Hurricanes basketball team. The 5th ranked Canes beat North Carolina 80-72 in Chapel Hill. How has coach Jim Larranaga managed to compensate for Miami's lack of size. The Canes got a huge performance from Jordan Miller, who scored 24 points against the Tar Heels. Nijel Pack added 23.  Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Place your first FIVE DOLLAR bet to get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in Free Bets – win or lose! Visit Fanduel.com/LockedOn today to get started FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Gill Athletics: Track and Field Connections
#194: Chris Johnson-University of Arkansas

Gill Athletics: Track and Field Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2023 112:13


We call the pigs this week as we welcome the head coach in waiting of the women Razorbacks of Arkansas to the program. Chris sits down to share his journey as a high school coach to multiple Big Ten titles at Penn State and SEC titles at Arkansas. We learn of his original plan to be a high school athletic director and how and why it changed to becoming one of the top sprints and hurdles coaches in the country. Ooops, we should correct ourselves as Chris confidently states he is 'a track coach' first and foremost. We'll learn all this and more on this week's episode. WATCH ON YOUTUBE Want to have an exploratory conversation about YOUR track equipment needs? Connect with us: Host Mike Cunningham on Twitter: @mikecunningham Email: sales@gillathletics.com Phone: 800-637-3090 Twitter: @GillAthletics Instagram: @GillAthletics1918 Facebook: facebook.com/gillathletics LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/gillathletics/

Ceraulo Sports Talk
Super Bowl LVII: Chris Johnson joins Ceraulo Sports Talk

Ceraulo Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2023 5:29


KRLV Unnecessary Roughness
H3 Radio Row with PFT, Roman Harper, Chris Johnson and more

KRLV Unnecessary Roughness

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2023 49:27


3HL
3HL Hour 1: Food God, CJ2K, and Kyle Turley

3HL

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2023 37:36


Food God, Chris Johnson, and Kyle Turley join 3HL LIVE from Radio Row in Phoenix.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

3HL
Food God and CJ2K on 3HL: Social Media Fame + The Big Game

3HL

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2023 17:02


Food God and Chris Johnson join 3HL LIVE from Radio Row in Phoenix.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Zach Gelb Show
Chris Johnson, 3x Pro Bowler

The Zach Gelb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2023 8:41


Chris joins Zach on Radio Row. 

The Doug Gottlieb Show
HOUR 1 – Peanut Tillman, Roman Harper, Chris Johnson, Mark Andrews

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2023 36:32


Doug Gottlieb is live on the final day of Radio Row in Phoenix ahead of Super Bowl 57! Doug is joined by former 2x Pro Bowl/ NFL CB Charles “Peanut” Tillman, SB Champion Safety Roman Harper, former Titans RB Chris "CJ2K" Johnson and Titans TE Mark Andrews. Plus, Doug recaps the NFL Honors ceremony and so much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Razorback Daily
Hogs Hitting Their Stride + Chris Johnson Talks Taking Over for a Legend

The Razorback Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2023 33:49


The Razorback basketball team sure looks like they're getting on a roll after a big win at Kentucky. Q & Z are breaking down what they're seeing from the team. Then, women's track coach-in-waiting Chris Johnson joins the guys to talk about taking over for a legend.

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
Miami Hurricanes Next OC Likely WON'T Be This Guy, Impact Of Losing Antione Jackson, Canes Hoops

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2023 33:39


Miami Hurricanes have been throwing out the name Brian Johnson, Eagles quarterbacks coach, as a potential Hurricanes OC candidate. Would Johnson leave his position in the NFL for a move back to college? Johnson worked under Dan Mullen at Florida and reportedly does not enjoy the recruiting aspect of college coaching. Johnson has had massive success in Philly and will be a hot candidate for NFL offensive coordinator jobs after Super Bowl 57.  Host Alex Donno and guest Brian Smith discuss the Johnson rumors and give their takes as to why he is very unlikely to leave the NFL for a job with the Miami Hurricanes. The guys also discuss the reports of Jason Candle deciding between Miami, Notre Dame or staying at Toledo. How attractive is Miami's offensive personnel to prospective OC candidates? Alex and Brian discuss the impact of Miami losing 4-star cornerback Antione Jackson from their 2023 recruiting class. Jackson has asked for a release from his national letter of intent. What sort of impact will Mark Fletcher and Chris Johnson, a pair of 4-star true freshman running backs, have on the Canes backfield? The guys preview the Hurricanes basketball team's upcoming matchup with the Duke Blue Devils.  Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Place your first FIVE DOLLAR bet to get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in Free Bets – win or lose! Visit Fanduel.com/LockedOn today to get started FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Red Letter Disciple
028: Brian Fikkert on Why Helping Hurts, How Christians are Creating Problems for th

The Red Letter Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2023 64:48


Brain Fikkert is an economics professor and author who wants to see a change in poverty in the world. He not only redefines poverty as a fundamentally relational problem, but he presents a whole new method of how followers of Jesus can serve the poor. To learn more about the podcast or access the show notes, visit www.redletterpodcast.com. Today's episode is brought to you by Red Letter Living. On February 13th, at Noon-1PM Central, I'll be hosting my friend Rich Birch in a FREE one-hour webinar called “Helping Churches Build Their Invite Culture.” Every pastor I know wants their church to grow. But how? Rich Birch, founder of unSeminary, says “the difference between stagnant and growing churches is that growing churches train, equip, and motivate their people to invite their friends. It really is that simple.”In this one-hour FREE webinar, we are going to help your church increase its invite culture. Rich will teach us five areas that churches of all sizes can immediately focus on for church growth. You'll not only learn the five areas, but you'll discover some real simple tools and practices that you can put into place right away. And, as a bonus, I'll ask Rich what are some best practices that growing churches are implementing to boost excitement for their Easter services this year.I'm hosting this webinar to help pastors and church leaders. So, genuinely, I'd love to know what questions you have regarding this topic. Please feel free to email hello@redletterchallenge.com. Register today for this FREE webinar and please invite other pastors and church leaders to join us in this important discussion.Resources mentioned in the episode: The Chalmers Center When Helping Hurts by Brian FikkertBecoming Whole by Brian FikkertInnovate Initiative from The Chalmers CenterKey insights from the episode: Good intentions are not enough. - Brian FikkertIncorrect helping can create an even bigger divide. - Zach ZehnderOne of the primary features of poverty is a sense of shame, a sense of inadequacy. - Brian FikkertEffective ministry to the poor is highly relational and takes a long time! - Brian FikkertPoverty is fundamentally relational in problem and takes relational solutions to get fixed. - Brian FikkertReal love means restoring people to humanness. - Brian FikkertThe number one problem with churches in America is that they provide relief when what people really need is development. - Brian FikkertOur souls are screaming out, “I'm made for a certain kind of habitat, and the habitat I'm in isn't the right one.” - Brian FikkertThere is a superficial kind of love, peace, and joy. Why do we crush happiness? Just because there is a superficial kind doesn't mean there isn't genuine, God-given happiness. - Zach ZehnderJesus was always trying to restore people to humanness. - Brian FikkertWhen it comes to helping the poor, our message isn't do less. It's do more, but let's do it differently. - Brian FikkertBrian Fikkert's Challenge: Answer this question: Why did Jesus come to earth?Are you following Jesus? Many want to be greater followers of Jesus but don't know how. So we extensively studied everything Jesus commanded of us and located five key targets to which Jesus invited His followers. The five targets are Being, Forgiving, Serving, Giving, and Going.In partnership with LifeWay Research, we created a Red Letter Challenge Assessment that will measure you according to these five targets. And the best news of all: it's free! You will get results back immediately and be presented with the following steps to help you become an even greater follower of Jesus.You can take the FREE Red Letter Challenge Assessment here. Some not-so-key insights: Brian Fikkert is 6'10”. Brian's primary spiritual gift is offensiveness. Bathroom stalls/fitting rooms are the worst for tall people. Zach and Brian share a love for Sheboygan Brat Days.A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Fixate & Binge
Chris Johnson Introduces Us To An Anime Classic: Akira

Fixate & Binge

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2023 75:22


Joe and Jared are joined by the voice behind The Passion Pod Podcast, artist, skateboard shop owner, and city volunteer, Chris Johnson, to discuss his favorite film, Akira. This 1988 Japanese import was wildly successful and continues to be influential in American film even today, with huge hits Nope and Stranger Things borrowing scenes and concepts from this often unknown film. If you've never seen it before, listen in. We think you'll be intrigued enough to go check it out!

King Of Pressure Washing
Maximizing your profits in your pressure washing business!

King Of Pressure Washing

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2023 66:34


In this video, Jason Geiman from King of Pressure Wash interviews Chris Johnson from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Chris is an expert in exterior cleaning, pavers, sand and sealing, gutter installation, and Christmas light installation. He has been in the business since 2006 and is on track to close between $750,000 to $1 million this year to close between $200,000 to $300,000 in net profithttps://rivertownprowash.com/Want to learn how to start and grow your pressure-washing business?Onlinehttps://www.kingofpressurewash.comIn-Person Classhttps://www.kingofpressurewash.com/inpersontrainingAll the resources to run a successful pressure-washing businesshttps://www.kingofpressurewash.com/resourcesWant to take your business to the next levelhttps://www.kingofpressurewash.com/mentorshipWant to know when the next live isText “KING” to 859-696-1101

The Red Letter Disciple
027: Pastors Walter Hooker and Andy Kaup on Navigating Racial Diversity, Co-Leading the Same Church, How to Make Friends, and Sharing Kidneys

The Red Letter Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 61:15


Pastors Andy and Walter have a 30-year age gap. Andy is white, and Walt is black. Both men were up for the senior pastor position at their church. When Andy got it, it brought division into their church. During this time, Andy was found to be a perfect kidney match for Walter and gave him his kidney. Would that be enough to keep their church together? To learn more about the podcast or access the show notes, visit www.redletterpodcast.com. Resources mentioned in the episode: Bellevue Christian CenterKey insights from the episode: Shut up and listen. -Walter Hooker77% of white people don't have black friends, and 65% of black people don't have white friends. - Walter HookerBe intentional. - Walter HookerMy world is not the whole world. - Andy KaupYou will become genuinely curious about other people when you accept that what you know isn't all there is. - Andy KaupCuriosity drives friendships deeper. - Andy KaupSharing a table with somebody is opening up your life to them. - Andy KaupOnce you get the go from God, all the fears, doubts, and anxieties change. - Walter HookerGod is faithful and unchanging. You can trust him. - Walter HookerAndy's Kaup Challenge: Surrender something. Walter Hooker's Challenge: Ask yourself, “Why not me?” As Andy and Walter were talking in the interview, it showed me the power of God's freedom that comes through forgiveness.We'd love to help you and your church discover what freedom in forgiveness feels like by exploring the powerful forgiveness that Jesus offers to each and every one of us.We'd love to introduce you to the 40-Day Forgiving Challenge.The Forgiving Challenge takes you on a life-changing journey to experience the gift of God's grace so that you can share it with others. It also helps you identify and walk through the five phases leading to freedom. So many are jumping into this 40-day challenge for Lent, which is just around the corner.You can learn more about the challenge here!A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Our True Crime Podcast
196. Missing in Florida: Michelle Parker & Tracy Ocasio

Our True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 43:37


Another listener requested episode. Thank you, Chris Johnson!Cam and Jen discuss two unsolved cases involving missing women in the Orlando area in Florida.First, we discuss Michelle Parker. Michelle disappeared in 2011, just hours after millions of viewers tuned in to see her and her ex-fiance, Dale Smith, on The People's Court. She was last seen dropping off her twins at Smith's apartment. There is a $200,000 reward for any tips leading to an arrest or where she is located.Then we discuss the disappearance of Tracy Ocasio in 2009. She was last seen leaving a bar called Florida Tap Room in Ocoee with a man named James Hataway. Tracy's car was found 150 yards away from Hataway's home, but she has never been found.James Hataway has since been sentenced to life in prison for the attempted murder of another woman who had given him a ride home. If you have any information about these two women, please call Crimelines at 1-800-423-8477.This episode of OTCP is sponsored by Rothy's. We love their products and know you will, too! Get $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/OTCP. This week's promo is from our friend Edward of OctoberpodVHS. His new project drops in February.Thanks to the following folks for making this possible!Edward October for the Listener Discretion. Check out his YouTube ChannelNico at We Talk of Dreams for editing and theme music.Lauretta Allen for research and writing.These are the videos I spoke about in this episode. Please go to ourtruecrimepodcast.com for the complete list of sources.WFTV The Search: Michelle ParkerWFTV The Search: Tracy OcasioWFTV The Search: Jennifer Kesse

The Red Letter Disciple
026 Alan George on How to Discern the Voice of God, Transitioning from Corporate to the Church World, How Technology Brings People Together, and the Key to Foosball

The Red Letter Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 56:41


Alan George was the leader at Life Church Online when 30,000 churches flocked to them overnight during Covid. Hear the amazing story about how he and his team navigated this change. And then, just a few months later, seemingly out of nowhere, he felt God was calling him to something else. How do you know if it's God's voice that is moving you? To learn more about the podcast or access the show notes, visit www.redletterpodcast.com. Today's episode is brought to you by Red Letter Living. At its core, Red Letter Living creates resources to challenge all people to be greater disciples of Jesus. If you are a pastor, consider a 40-day challenge to start the Lenten season. These 40-day challenges will help your church grow their small groups, bring unity in divided times, and give a much-needed break to your staff by providing turnkey resources. Let's partner up. Find out more at www.redletterchallenge.com/join. Resources mentioned in the episode: www.AlanVGeorge.comLife Church YouVersion Bible Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer Soul Keeping by John Ortberg Discipleship in the Digital Age free eBook by Alan George Online As It Is in Heaven Masterclass by Alan George Key insights from the episode: Who I am becoming fuels what I do. – Alan GeorgeWe carry the burden of ministry but is it ours to carry? – Alan GeorgeAt the end of the day, [technology] is about meeting people where they are at. – Alan GeorgeOnline church is a tool, not a barrier to people. – Alan GeorgeBecause of technology, we don't have to wait until Sunday morning to reach our people. – Alan GeorgeA great online experience leads people to want to meet because that is how we are wired. – Alan GeorgeUncertainty is a gift when it allows us to trust in God more. – Alan GeorgeAlan George's Challenge: Release heaven on earth in your own unique way.Lead yourself (and your church) to be more like Jesus. For so many Christians, the discipleship process isn't very clear.They know they need to go to church, pray, not sin, and maybe attend a small group. While these are great things, they don't outline a clear path leading people to live more like Jesus. We'd love to introduce you to the 40-Day Red Letter Challenge.When you and your church take the challenge, you'll have a clear 40-day discipleship path that will help you master five key areas of discipleship.You can learn more about the challenge here!Some not-so-key insights: Alan is a world-champion foosball player (in his home!)If you see foosball spins, you know you are going to win! - Alan GeorgeDo not high-five all the kids in the 2-year-old room, or you will be sick. – Alan GeorgeChris Johnson was initially hired as the church secretary, and was the worst secretary ever.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.