Passionate vocals and memorable guitar hooks set Boiling Point apart from the status quo. More importantly, what keeps people coming back is the band's emotional depth and willingness to be real with their fans through their songs, their live performances and their life's example. Boiling Point have been steadily growing as an act since their first full length release “Rules Of The Broken” in 2010. The 2012 follow up EP “If Love” showcased the band's growing both lyrically and sonically. With their 3rd release “More” on September 16, 2014 the band's goal was to delight their loyal fan-base and expand upon it by exciting those hearing their music for the first time. Boiling Point's 4th effort, "More: Sessions & Remixes," released in December of 2015, built upon the success they found with "More." The band's latest release, "Take Courage" is being lauded as the bands best effort yet with songs already charting on Billboard. Boiling Point's dynamic live performances have positioned them to share the stage with such CCM Stars as Switchfoot, Third Day, Thousand Foot Krutch, Kari Jobe, and Red. It's also taken them to some lofty stages in front of large audiences: Lifelight Fesival – 2012 & 2014; Minnesota State Fair - 2012, 2013 & 2014; Sonshine Festival - 2012 & 2014; and Schwan's USA Youth Cup (Main Stage Featured band – 15,000) 2014. The band also hones its live craft with performances throughout the Midwest with performances at churches, Youth Camps, and retreats. Other career highlights include exposure through ESPN College Football Live (songs used for weekly highlights throughout the 2012 and 2013 College Seasons) and Frequent use of songs by KSTP-45 TV (Twin Cities) to promote prep sports in Minnesota (both for game use and promotional TV spots). Boiling Point has over 57 million cumulative YouTube views via various videos.Boiling Point has also experienced significant success on radio for an independent band. Their song "Stay With Me" reached #12 on the CMW charts, while their songs "Put Your Hands Up" & "Brand New Day" rose to #9 and #7, respectively.The band's name demonstrates its thoughtful nature and range of emotions. The boiling point is that point at which water evaporates – representing a fundamental change even while the elements remain the same. At the boiling point, we are energized and dispersed. The band hopes to reflect that enormous energy while recognizing the cathartic change and the challenges that remain even after the boiling point has been reached. Boiling Point's music harnesses the fun, exciting parts of life, but is not afraid to explore the deeply challenging times we all face. Energetic new songs like “More,” “Brand New Day” and “Put Your Hands Up” mix with emotionally raw and haunting songs like “When You've Lost It All” and “Reason.” The band believes that a person can experience this same type of change after encountering God. While this is the driving force behind Boiling Point, they differ by using a less literal approach to songwriting. The lyrics are more subtle and nuanced, and do not always address faith literally, but they will always reflect a positive position that will lead a person in a quest for a positive answer to a difficult question. Boiling Point believes that we live in a world where the sacred and the secular, while being separately defined, are inextricably interwoven. The result of this "marriage of ideology" is intended to emphasize the positive response to one's need for clarity of life. The band appeals to both religious and secular audiences, striving to always communicate a message of hope and grace through its lyrics and music.
Reverend Joey Hight’s ministry began on July 18, 1975, and soon after was invited to travel with evangelist Terry Bowling of Franklin, Ohio, during the summer to minister in music and song at various Youth Camps. It is from this invitation, that Reverend Hight’s ministry would develop into a full time evangelistic ministry, that included many churches, in many states, traveling many miles.On April 2, 1977 he would marry Tricia Isaac of Fort Worth, Texas; their first home was a 1968 Holiday Rambler travel trailer. They began their first revival together in Idabel, Oklahoma and from that time forward, they saw their ministry blossom into a nationwide influence in the Holiness Pentecostal Fellowship. Over the years he preached at over 100 youth and adult camps. Reverend Hight was known for his illustrated sermons that captured the attention of the congregation. He was also known for his great talent playing the tenor saxophone, ministering to so many people over the years. To quote the Hight’s, “We are nothing now, nor were we something in the years past, except for the fact that God has HIS hand on our lives.” Their ministry, in years past, also included being a Youth Pastor and Pastors. Their first pastorate was at Florence Holiness church in Keller, Texas, then nine months as Youth Pastor at the Pentecostal Highway of Holiness Church in Hamilton, Ohio. Their next pastorate was in Jonesboro, Illinois, that lasted two years. For the past 25 years, they pastored the Calvary Pentecostal Tabernacle in West Plains, Missouri. During their pastorate, the Church saw many advances including a finishing of a multi-purpose building, evangelist apartment, Children’s Church, remodeling of the sanctuary and foyer, as well as purchase of additional property.Pastor Hight loved his Church babies and children. He loved baby dedications and often titled his sermon, “The Gospel According to ….” and would insert the baby’s name. Pastor and Sister Hight were also very involved in the Ozark Holiness Youth Camp and Adult Camp. Pastor Hight was known for “walking guard” in those early morning hours at the Youth Camp.Pastor Hight’s influence in the community involved having served as Chaplain with Ozarks Medical Center for ten years, as well as Chaplain to the West Plains Police and Fire Departments since 1995. He had a great love for the Emergency personnel of our City and County and was highly respected by the community.Pastor Hight has left behind a great legacy of love for ministry, family values, and compassion for community.
STAGE 2 Reopening DatesJune 15Outdoor Dining and Indoor Non-Essential Retail Allowed Resumption of Childcare Services Limited In-Person Customer Service at Motor Vehicle AgenciesJune 22Hair Salons and Barber ShopsJuly 6Youth Summer ProgramsPLEASE NOTE GOVERNOR MURPHY EXPECTED TO MAKE ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY REGARDING GUIDANCE FOR OUTDOOR POOL USE(Hotels, Campgrounds, Associations, Youth Camps, & Municipal)
On this episode we talk with bro. Zach Black. Bro. Zach shares his testimony how he started to drift away from the Lord when he started attending college when he was 18 years old and how sin gradually started taking hold of his life. It wasn't until he realized how far sin and worldly living had pulled him down to, that he came to himself and he started seeking the Lord and the Lord came on the scene in a powerful way for bro. Zach. On This Episode Bro. Zach shares with us: 1. How he started going to college with too much of an open mind, which led to him hanging out with the wrong crowd and dabbling in the world. 2. How he knew that the world was only giving him temporary satisfaction one of those being worldly music, but he was stuck in a loop of wanting to give it up, but couldn't within himself. 3. The different spiritual experiences he had in the last few years at Youth Camps including seeing the Pillar of Fire. 4. How the experiences he had as wonderful as they were did not give him the New Birth in his soul. 5. How after the Believer's Youth Camp in Indiana in 2019 he had an experience with God, but when he got back home from the camp several weeks later he fell deeper in sin. 6. How he got so tired of the way he was living and became desperate that turned everything around for him. 7. How a talk with his father led to God giving him a revelation of the Word personally to him. 8. How God confirmed to him through a Bible verse that he had given him the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. 9. Why he decided to get re-baptized and his advice to young people today that have grown up with Message-believing parents. Read Transcript of this episode: https://bit.ly/37KuUUK Our Daily Strength Devotional App: http://ourdailystrength.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website: http://10kworlds.com Anchor FM: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/10thousandworlds Youtube: https://bit.ly/2kb9Rak ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2kodmdD Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2kodbyZ Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/2kR4yNG --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support
Hello! Thank you for stopping by! This is launch week for Concussion: There IS Hope, a podcast bringing awe and respect for concussion survivors and their families. Whether you’ve had a concussion or not, there are insidious dangers associated with concussions that all people need to know. Did you know a second concussion on top of a first can cause immediate death? It’s this kind of information you deserve to have; every family needs to know what I’ll be sharing in the episodes to come. Concussions are everyone’s business, and that’s why I’m launching this podcast. I want everyone to stay safer than I have, suffering through my 10 concussions.Today’s sneak peek is into the life of Elizabeth Paras. While she has not experienced a concussion herself, she has lived with tragedy, and her story is insightful. Liz is the creator and director of THRIVE! Youth Camps. She works as a life coach, presenter and energy worker. She has an elementary and special education degree and has taught elementary school and in other capacities, including as a counselor and director at Oakcrest Girls Camp. Her specialty is presenting to elementary schools and youth organizations to promote self-awareness and self-confidence. More than anything, she has five boys and spends oodles of time with them camping, hiking, and fishing. She knows kids! That’s why she is passionate about her work to help young people awaken their greatness and gain the skills, knowledge, and self-mastery so they can Awake, Arise, and Thrive in life. In this episode, Elizabeth shares techniques of dealing with the heavy emotions that can attend a head injury. Connect with Elizabeth Paras at:Website: AwakenYourGreatness.comPodcast (launching February/March 2020): Arise and Thrive! As always, seek the advice of your care provider before making any adjustments to your life after a concussion.
Lunch and Conversation at John’s City Diner in Birmingham, Alabama Featuring Special Guest: Bob Moon I have known today’s podcast guest for four decades. We attended Samford University at the same time. We both served as Ministers of Youth in different churches, different states. We have followed Jesus together in a lot of different places – at Youth Camps, DiscipleNows, and other student events. And we both have spent over 40 years obeying a single command of Jesus, “Go and make disciples.” I was able to catch up with Bob a few weeks ago over some incredible Shrimp and Grits at John’s City Diner in downtown Birmingham. The conversation was just as nourishing as the food. We talked about what a lifetime of making disciples looks like. Slide on into the booth and join us. We saved you a seat.
Attention Youth Pastors! You need the wisdom of this episode more than you know. Mike King is a 44 year veteran of youth ministry and he has wisdom for you. There is a deep truth in blooming where you are planted and valuing the work of your place as much as the work of your position. Enjoy this fun and wise episode with Mike! Key Moments: There was that moment that I chose to not do something else, but the vision came later as the passion grew. Don't Quit. Don't Quit. Don't Quit.Never make a big decision when you are down.Bloom Where You Are Planted. Consider rootedness and these are my people, and this is my city. This is the place where I will die. "Ministry is going to happen long after I am gone, I want to curate a mindset like that for my team.""Establish the work of our hands oh Lord..""we want to live the life that Jesus promised in abundance" "we are doing what we always do and we are inviting teengaers into it" "read the Bible over and against yourself... if the Bible has a warning, take that warning for yourself" "you are going to change so many times in your lifetime, so hold more things lightly" "if you are not willing to change you love yourself more than you love the truth, we will be led, we don't lead. we are participants in the truthful change. "we get the delight of participating with God" Support the show (http://community.youthministrybooster.com/)
Shooting The Basketball with Coach Dave Love Guest: Coach Dave Love, NBA Shooting Coach In this week's basketball coaching conversation, we are joined by Dave Love. Coach Love has worked as an NBA shooting consultant with the Orlando Magic, Cleveland Cavaliers, Phoenix Suns, as well as a number of other teams and national programs. He also has conducted shooting clinics around the world for over 10 years. The podcast discusses many aspects of shooting including technique, retention, and teaching shooting to pros vs. youth players. Breakdown: 0:00 - Introduction 2:00 - Is there a perfect Shooting Technique? 3:00 - Non-Negotiable Things Apply to All Shooters Regardless of their Technique 3:30 - Shooting in the Middle of the Ball 5:30 - Sample Size 8:00 - The Players Can Do in the Absence of their Coach Dave in terms of Shooting in the best way possible 11:00 - Parents must Teach their Children How to shoot a Ball 12:00 - Should we worried about Shooting in pre-pubescent Age Group? 15:30 - Building Retention for children in terms of Shooting 16:30 - Enjoyment on Building a Skill and the Game 19:00 - Personality as a Coach towards Development 20:00 - Put Effort in terms of Developing Skill of an individual 22:00 - Shooting is an Unconscious Effort 22:30 - How do you Sale your Player? 25:00 - Ego inlines to the Ability 27:40 - "What do you feel while Shooting?" 30:00 - "Squared up" Meaning 31:10 - Bending Your Legs while Shooting 32:00 - Turning your Feet away from the target increases the Ability to make Shots? 34:00 - Best model for Mimic Shooting or Staring to Learn Concept 36:00 - Is Klay Thompson realistically for some to simulate his Shooting? 37:30 - Klay Thompson is a Two-Motion Player 38:00 - Teaching Shooting Techniques for Youth Camps 40:30 - What Age should we focus on the Development of Shooting and teaching the fundamentals? 41:00- Redefining What a Fundamental is 43:10 - Level of Defense Transformation from Time to Time 44:00 - Focused-Effort, Shooting are Boring? 46:00 - Solutions for improving a Player's Shot whose shoots from his Belly Button Area 48:00 - How to Correct Player's Shot so that the ball will have a Perfect Backspin? 50:00 - Every NBA team does not have a Shooting Coach 52:00 - Other thoughts and Conclusion Links: Dave love Bio: https://www.coachdavelove.com/about/ Website: https://www.coachdavelove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoachDaveLove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachdavelove/?hl=en Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachdavelove Basketball Immersion Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion
The kids, youth, AND adults have some amazing testimonies to share about what God did at the Bethel Youth Camps this June! Soak in the healing and be a witness to what God has done and is doing in these young people's lives!