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Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E9 - Desperately Seekering Sentinel 6

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 35:05


Sentinel 6 returns to Booth 42 and he's not alone. In fact, he's in the custody of his nemesis Seeker 7.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts
10-27-2022 Winners and Lou-Zers Week 9

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 48:59


Winners and Lou-Zers podcast presented by Miller Lite

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E8 - Pippa And Lyfthox Will Gitcha There

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 37:23


Pippa McFiddlestix and Lyfthox Steppenflox are a couple of travel agents who might also be a couple if he ever pops the question.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

The Sports Brewery Podcast
169: Episode 230 - 10-20-22

The Sports Brewery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 87:10


Braga, King, and Ski talk: :30: Twitch streaming, acoustic guitar Bowser, Bama/Vols, Utes/Trojans, spending $ on transfers vs recruits, brutal officiating. 19:50: Dye vs Bucky, Ski buying race dogs in Florida, scorching Zers takes, Bear attacks. 34:35: live reactions to the McCaffrey trade, Herbert's struggles. 48:42: TSB FF update, Pac-12 betting lines, Oregon vs UCLA. 1:06:06: UCLA trivia. 1:18:42: Top 3 Kellys.

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts
10-20-2022 Winners and Lou-Zers Week 8

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 52:42


Presented by Miller Lite

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E7 - Audromitron and Passiva Parsley

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 42:29


Audromitron Parsley of Heptra returns to Booth 42 and as a special treat, she's brought her mother Passiva.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

The Sports Brewery Podcast
167: Episode 229 - 10-13-22

The Sports Brewery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 105:13


Braga, King, and Ski talk: :20: weddings, horrible TNF, the Broncos as the Cathy of the NFL, college coaches sucking in the NFL, project players. 13:46: Brandon Staley's lunacy, horrible roughing calls,  25:43: Daniel Snyder's mob tactics, long-ass LOTR episodes. 36:21: Oregon's dominance, Arizona facilitating good D, overrated Elite 11 guys. 55:07: Lanning the worst dressed coach, Nix for Heisman, Zers tanking. 1:10:07: Pac-12 lines. 1:24:05: Bye trivia. 1:38:00: Top 3 goodbyes.

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts
10-13-2022 Winners Lou-Zers Week Seven

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 44:04


College Gambling Podcast presented by Miller Lite

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E6 - Space Truckin' With Chet

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 37:55


Chet the space trucker stops by Miliways for a bite to eat and has a jaw with us about life on the intergalactic highways.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E5 - Mothers Dayzed With Glanda And Eloise

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 41:00


In this very special episode, Trellis and Horatio's mothers take over Booth 42 for some rather spirited insights into how your hosts became the beings they are today. Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E4 - A Not So Foregone Conclusion With JohnQuavius Dinglebottom

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 36:43


Intergalactic morning zoo crew deejay Splat Foregone is back and joining him is his NEW boss JohnQuavius Dinglebottom.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

Hybrid Ministry
Episode 010: Common Myths about Generation Z and how to Reach them in 2022

Hybrid Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 17:28


In this short solo episode, Nick unpacks a HubSpot.com article about common Generation Z myths in marketing and he relates those to and draws parrallels to what he sees happening in the church. How can we adjust some of our approach, what we do, and how we attempt to evangelize and disciple teenagers, and the future attenders of our churchs. SHOWNOTES https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/gen-z-myths?utmcampaign=Marketing%20Blog%20-%20Daily%20Emails&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=223400490&utmsource=hs_email TIMECODES 00:00-00:35 Myths about Generation Z 00:35-3:34 Why do we keep focusing on Gen Z? 3:34-6:04 Myth 1: Gen Z is obsessed with fast fashion 6:04-8:22 Myth 2: Data and Privacy are irrelevant to Gen Z 8:22-10:43 Myth 3: TikTok is the best place to reach Gen Z 10:43-14:51 Myth 4: Put a product in front of Gen Z and they will buy it 14:51-17:15 Outro TRANSCRIPT Nick Clason (00:01): What's up everybody and welcome to another episode of the hybrid ministry podcast, solo pod this morning. Uh, I mentioned several weeks back, uh, that I had just given notice to my church. Um, and so I'm kind of in a little bit of a transition. And so I'm from church and Chicago to a church in, uh, Dallas, Texas. And so got weird travel schedule going on. So me and Matt's, uh, schedule is having a hard time lining up. So, uh, today I just wanted to chat through just a quick couple of generation Z. Um, miss, uh, and the first thing I wanted to do with that is, uh, I pulled this article from a HubSpot article. I'll link it in the show notes, super interesting. And obviously HubSpot is not a Christian company. And so they're focused more on marketing than they are, you know, like on the church or whatever. Nick Clason (00:53): Uh, but what I wanted to say was I wanted to say, why, why do we keep honing in on gen Z? Um, I think, uh, I've just had like a, I don't know, a realization over the last little bit that like churches are, um, built, I think for, for older generations, you know, they're, they're, they're doing it the way, um, it's always been done. Um, and I think that there is probably a rethink that needs to take place. And I think that when you say that to, to maybe some older generations, gen X, um, boomer, there's just an immediate knee jerk of like, you know, you can't get rid of this, you can't get rid of that. Maybe the Sunday morning se sermon, um, the way we dress, the way we do things like, and I get that, right. There's a, there's a safety and a comfort in, um, just the traditions and the habits that have been built. Nick Clason (01:47): But I think gen Z is actually a really interesting case study because, and the reason I think it's important is because I don't know that the church is being super, um, relevant to reach them. I think that the church is doing things the way it's always been done. I think you look across the landscape of, uh, church leadership. The majority of church leaders are older in their forties, fifties, some even in their sixties. Um, and you know, like you, you hate to like categorize anybody, but they may just be kinda like hanging on until retirement. And so are they really looking to innovate? Are they really looking to reach and like, sure they're looking to reach, um, but maybe they're trying to do so in such a way that is done, um, reaching people the way that, that, that they're used to reaching it and the type of model that they're built. And so the reason we keep honing in, at least I keep honing in on gen Z. First of all, like I've said before, I am a youth pastor. So that is, you know, immediately in my kinda like purview. But the second thing is I think the church needs to adapt, not because to try and reach a specific generation, but because them millennials as well and all the generations that are gonna Nick Clason (02:58): Come after gen Z are gonna be different. So how can the church, which is in my personal and theological opinion, the most relevant institution in the world, it is the one that has stood the test of time. And so this isn't me coming in and just like slinging mud at the church. It's me, um, caring deeply about the church and how do we help take it to what could be the next level. And so, um, just one this article, like I said, okay, so we're gonna kind of dive into this article, um, is five, five gen Z myths debunked. Um, and so the first one, it says gen Z is obsessed with fast fashion. All right. So obviously as a church, we don't give a ton of care to fashion or apparel or they're pur purchasing things. However, um, you know, I think that the, the, the thing that is interesting to pull kind of out of this point here is that they're saying that they're interested in fast fashion. Nick Clason (03:56): That is a myth. Um, and it's not just about what's cheapest because as I'm looking at a graph that they share question here says, does gen Z think companies should take a stance on social issues? Uh, 50% of gen Z say yes, where 26% say no, and then 24% say not sure. And I think that that piece right there is incredibly relevant for the church, because I think oftentimes as a church, we, uh, hold back our opinions because we're afraid, uh, to ostracize anybody. And I understand it and I get the notion of it. I get the importance of staying in the middle. Uh, but the people, especially the younger people that we're serving, they wanna know where we stand on things. They want us to take a stance. And that's difficult, I think, as a church because, you know, uh, gen Z tends to skew maybe a little bit more left and our church tends to skew maybe a little bit more, right. Nick Clason (04:51): If we're just speaking politically. And so how do you take a stance on what I think is most important is to take a stance the way that Jesus would take a stance. Uh, but that can be challenging, cuz that might go against either a, a gen Z type person or B, it might go against, uh, the rest of your church or their, their older framework. So how is the church? Do you have the courage to stand up and to take the stances that you need to take the, and the stances that matter to gen Z? Um, and I think perhaps the reason that we pull back on that as a church is because our church's stance coming from maybe a little more conservative position is gonna go against a little more liberal of a position of, uh, what gen Z you know, uh, typically cares about the final paragraph, right? Just to kind of highlight that the final paragraph of this, um, this first point says we, when we ask gen Zers who want companies to take a stance on which issues and which are most important to them, racial justice was by far the top at 69% followed by LGBTQ plus rights, 50% gender inequality, 46 and climate change, Nick Clason (05:57): 42. So again, just to highlight the things that gen Z is saying is the most important thing for them. Uh, the second thing here, the second myth that is debunked is that data, privacy and security are irrelevant for gen Z. And so again, they're saying that that's a myth, right? Because you know, it says here this first paragraph, I get why many people believe this one gen Z's known for being glued to their phones, which obviously comes with the risk of unsecured and unrestricted data. Right? However, it actually is the kind of the opposite. So gen Z's looking for data security, they want that to matter. So as a church, as you're creating more, maybe hybrid opportunities online giving, um, collecting their data, how are you, um, how are you, uh, keeping track of their data and how are you ensuring that it's it's safe, right? Nick Clason (06:47): Uh, furthermore, it goes on to share graph and it says, uh, gen Z's more likely to purchase from brands that number one treat their employees. Well, that's at 84% that they can trust with their data as high as 83%, um, donate to a, a portion of their profits to charity 68% actively try to reduce the environmental impact. 60% are committed to diversity and inclusion. 53% and advocate for racial justice. 51% are small businesses. 46% advocate for gender equality. 42% are owned by a person of color. 39% are owned by a member of LGBTQ. Plus 38% are woman owned, 37% and advocate for LGBTQ rights, 37%. So as you can see, the purchase decisions are strongly influenced by whether or not they can trust a company with their data, second ranked highest, but also the care about the, the issues like the, the social issues. And they're looking for those things, they care about those things. Nick Clason (07:42): And so they're gonna trust and subsequently not trust institutions that, um, that care about the things that they care about and the church we're an institution, just, we are, we're a large institution. I know we're not really a family and it should be different. And once you get into a church, I think you typically find that in most churches, especially the ones that are healthy, um, but from an outsider, especially a gen Z outsider, looking in, they're gonna look at that institution and they're gonna have some pause. They're gonna be concerned, you know, about a couple of things. Um, and as a church, how do we, how do we best make a bridge towards them? Okay. The third myth to debunk and this, listen, this is something we've talked about in this podcast. A billion times, TikTok is the best way to reach gen Z. All right. So check out what this first paragraph here says. This is a TikTok is obviously a great space for gen Z. It offers a genuine feel to the content that no other app provides. The style is quite attractive for some of our shorter attention spans and busy schedules. And in fact, 10 TikTok is the app that gen Z uses most often, despite this surprisingly, or maybe not. It is not our favorite social media platform when Nick Clason (08:54): Asked gen Z of their favorite social media app, Instagram and YouTube easily took the cake with TikTok being placed as third. So Instagram was 27%. YouTube was 23%. TikTok was 14% Facebook, 11% Snapchat, 10%. So again, we've been talking about short form video content, and I, we still think that that is king and we also have never advocated against YouTube, um, and Instagram. And so, um, especially Instagram with the, with the big push that they have right now towards reals. And so TikTok, uh, obviously is short form video content. And I think TikTok has pushed other platforms to kind of invest in that and make that more of a priority. And so how can you do that? What can you be pushing towards in that way? Um, but also, uh, Matt said this a couple weeks ago, too. Um, he said, once you reach someone with, with a TikTok video, like, yeah, that's great. Nick Clason (09:48): And all, uh, but then like, what do you, um, how do you sell them? Like, what's the next step? What's the conversion that takes place? Cause talk's a lot more just about discovery. So you discover something, but like even when you follow people on TikTok, it doesn't necessarily show them. Cuz I think majority of people spend their time on their four up page. And so you may gain a bunch of followers on TikTok, but are you showing up regularly in other people's algorithms and then thus right as a marketer, how then do you, uh, convert that into something that's actually meaningful into getting their information as a church? Um, if you're a marketer into getting their information so that you can sell them something that's a much, a much tougher sell, especially on something like TikTok. And so it's actually beneficial and advantageous to us that that Instagram and YouTube are still higher, that we can still invest in those platforms just as, as equally. Nick Clason (10:43): All right. The fourth myth here put a product in front of gen Z and they will buy it. So it says even though they gravitate towards TikTok style content doesn't mean they're receptive to just any form of short form video. Um, subsequently it says how, you know, how does gen Z prefer to discover new products on social media? Uh, 41% says through short form video. So again, that underscores what we've been saying, 36 through ads or sponsored content 32 through a feed post 29 through social media shops where purchase app happens through a story post, uh, 25% and then through an influencer 25%. All right. And so basically they there's, they just, just prefer to discover things maybe through TikTok reels or other short form videos. Um, but they don't want to imposed on them. Right. And so, uh, it actually, it goes on to say here in a world where we often feel are made to feel powerless, we strongly value a sense of autonomy and agency help us feel empowered through your actions. Nick Clason (11:45): So think about that as a church, um, we're pushing something, um, we're not selling anything, right. Um, but, but there is a level of decision that needs to be made specifically with regards to Jesus and with regards to the gospel. So how do we put the agency back in the hands of the people that we're trying to reach? Um, and a message, right. John 14, six, I am the way the truth and the life, the the is a very exclusive article there. Um, meaning that Jesus is putting and positioning himself as the person of the foremost authority. He is the way to the father. So how do we communicate that message in a culture? Um, and to a generation that they don't wanna be told what to believe. They don't wanna be told what to do. They wanna make the decision for themselves. They wanna be given the options. Nick Clason (12:37): And then they want to look around, see what their friends are thinking, um, or come to those decisions. So how do we as a church position and posture ourselves to not make it all about us, but instead to make it about the students that we are reaching. Okay. Um, and then the fifth myth here, um, word of mouth is a great way to reach gen Z, right? And I know that this one might seem contradictory. Um, but gen Z is feeling stressed outta control, doomed, like the weight of the world lies on their shoulders. And so with all this marketing that comes at them, um, we've turned, uh, what we wanna do is we wanna, um, everybody wants to put and push. Um, everybody wants to put and push an agenda, right? But like what's, what's most important, I think is still the human to human connection. Nick Clason (13:25): And obviously here we are, right. We're a, a podcast talking about the way to do ministry in a hybrid way, but there's still something about that human to human connection. And they still care about what other people say. Right. I use a lawn care company based on a recommendation. I use a plumber based on a recommendation. I feel better about things based on a recommendation than, um, a bunch of things on Google. And if I don't have that right, I then will go to Google or go to Yelp and look at reviews. Okay. So, uh, this graph here under this, this myth here, what channels have gen Z discovered new products on in the past three months? So 57% through social media, 46% through YouTube ad 42% by searching the internet 36 in retail stores, 30 by word of mouth, 23 through ads on film, TV, uh, streaming 19 through television, and then 19 through ads on music streaming like Pandora, SoundCloud, Spotify. Nick Clason (14:19): So, uh, the marketing, what this is saying, right? The marketing into gen Z spaces is that they feel comfortable on social media. Um, and that's the places that they're looking. And so, you know, even like I was saying, word of mouth, it's still, it's still value. It's still important. Um, what if your word of mouth can also underscore and come alongside of some of your online things? What if it can come alongside of some of the ads that, that they're seeing, cuz that's where they're, they're discovering the, the majority of what they, um, are, are buying and what they're purchasing. Nick Clason (14:51): So, Hey, listen guys, again, appreciate you for being here. Uh, sorry for the, the format. Sorry. Matt's not on. Um, but uh, just, I read the article. I found it super interesting and thought, man, there's a lot of like implications for the church. Um, we are, we're moving into a different age and you know, I think that the church is, I mean, I don't think I know that the church, uh, will prevail. It always has. It always will. Um, but the generations behind it are less and less, um, interested in just, uh, buying into it, hook, line and sinker. And so how do we as churches, position, posture, ourselves to make, to make the most effective impact in the lives of generations, these students, because before we know it, they're gonna be the ones that are in their twenties and then thirties and forties, and they're gonna be the ones in our churches. Nick Clason (15:41): And so we can't just keep doing things the way that we've always been doing it. Digital is incredibly important to them and the lifestyle that they're living. So how do we, as a church also find ourselves into their lives through digital means through marketing, through advertising now because we're trying to market Jesus, but because we're trying to, to reach people who are far from him and who are spending their time on these types of platforms and in these types of spaces and are becoming more and more comfortable with it. And just because they're comfortable with it and we may be less and less comfortable or even frankly uncomfortable with it, uh, doesn't mean we shouldn't, uh, force ourselves to, to figure it out and learn it and work through it. So thank you guys again for hanging out. Give us a like a subscribe. I mean, we would love to hear from you, um, from a, a review, just pull, open your purple podcast app on your iPhone and leave us a five star review, um, and a rating that would be incredible. Nick Clason (16:43): We are online at hybridministry.xyz (hybridministry.xyz) and on Twitter at hybrid ministry. Look forward to connecting with you there. Hey, listen, like I said, I am in the middle of a little bit of a transition once things get settled a little bit, um, look for quite a bit more resources information, um, uh, you know, downloadables freebie stuff that we're gonna be given away, uh, really looking forward to growing and expanding the community and our reach here on this podcast. So again, thanks for hanging with us and we will talk to you next time.

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E3 - Nib, Vassel Of Mogoth

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 43:17


Nib is the secretary for the giant intergalactic warlord Mogoth whose goal is to destroy every precious moment.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E2 - With Glenda From Lovezerp

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 34:18


Glenda is from Lovezerp. It's the second happiest planet in the universe and that's probably because on Lovezerp, kindness makes plants grow money.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts
09-08-2022 Winners and Lou-zers Week 2

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 34:59


It's our first episode of Winners & Lou-zers presented by Miller Lite back with an extended all star cast. We rip through our favorite plays of the weekend. Good luck!

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E1 - Barf A La Mew & Mankerson Tryst

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 39:38


Barf A La Mew & Mankerson Tryst are a couple who've worked through their differences and they've stopped by Booth 42 to promote their relationship book Waterbowls & Scratching Posts.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

The Jonathan Tilley Podcast
I'm too old to be on Instagram with all these whipper snappers!

The Jonathan Tilley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 31:37


Have you ever felt like a senior citizen compared to all the millennial and get Zers on Instagram?Have you ever wondered if anyone above the age of 25 should even have an Instagram account… like what's the point? Have you ever dreamed of finally feeling good in the skin that you're in, the age that you're at, and not giving a flying fig newton if you are 15 or 50 because you're doing you on Instagram, baby! If you answered yes to at least one of these questions then this podcast is for you. Because on this episode of the Jonathan Tilley podcast its time to BUST AN INSTAGRAM MYTH: "I'm too old to be on Instagram with all these whipper snappers!"Listen in to this podcast with special guest, Natasha Marchewka, to get my myth busting answer, learn how to turn your Instagram insecurities into aligned actions, and stop hiding so you can start sharing your light with others on Instagram. Support the show

Hybrid Ministry
Episode 006: Findings from Barnas Future of Hybrid Church ebook

Hybrid Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 34:55


In today's episode, Nick and Matt chat through Barna's Hybrid Ministry ebook, they discuss the ins and outs of pillar pages, and how that could be used for your church to reach Millennials and Gen Z attenders, as well as inspect some of the fascinating church attendance trends founds in the Barna Study! SHOW NOTES BARNA E-BOOK BEING REFERENCED https://shop.barna.com/products/6-questions-about-the-future-of-the-hybrid-church-experience PILLAR PAGE EXAMPLE https://www.typeform.com/blog/guides/brand-awareness/ CROSSROADS ONLINE PLATFORM https://www.crossroads.net/watch/ //BARNA EBOOK FINDINGS 51% of All US adults did not watch an online church service during COVID 18% of Practicing Christians did not 67% of churched adults now have an online option when their church didn't have one before 90% primarily engaged with the same church they were committed to before COVID 78% of church dropouts are waiting until services go back to normal before they return Churched Adults (36%) and Home with kids under 18 (41%) struggle to focus during online church //DO YOU USE THE INTERNET FOR FAITH PURPOSES? Practicing Christians - 66% Churched Adults - 56% Dropouts - 36% Churched Gen Z - 67% Churched Millennials 64% Churched Gen X 58% Churched Boomers 42% //AFTER COVID WILL CHURCH GATHERINGS FIT YOUR LIFE? Churched Gen Z 37% say both 13% say primarily digital 41% say physical 40% say both 13% say primarily digital 42% say primarily physical TIMECODES 00:00-1:43 - Intro 01:43-02:57 - Findings from Barna Study on Hybrid 02:57-07:30 - 51% of US adults didnt' watch service online during COVID 07:30-12:36 - 67% of churched adults now have an online option 12:36-21:16 - How to set up a pillar page 21:16-23:08 - People stayed committed to their church during COVID 23:08-24:38 - 78% of dropouts are waiting until it's normal to return to church 24:38-28:08 - It's hard to remain focued while watching online 28:08-30:35 - Using the internet for Faith Purposes 30:35-32:46 - Post COVID church attendance survey data 32:46-34:35- Outro TRANSCRIPT Matt Johnson (00:01): For young, I wanna be for forever young. Matt Johnson (00:08): Hey Nick Clason (00:11): Well, good morning. And hello everybody. Welcome to another episode of the hybrid ministry podcast. I am your host, Nick Clason alongside my great friend cohort. Compadre, Matt Johnson. How you doing this morning, Matt? Matt Johnson (00:27): Doing great, man. I'm a little tired, you know, have a newborn in another room. So that's been, uh, exciting, but you know, I'm, uh, worn out but you know, it's beautiful and it's a great thing. So Nick Clason (00:40): You're worn out. So let's talk about digital ministry to just reinvigorate you. Matt Johnson (00:47): I'm in Nick Clason (00:48): Let's, uh, real quick, like what are like the, like, what's the number one, most surprising thing about a newborn for you? Matt Johnson (00:56): Oh man. You know, the most surprising thing is how fulfilled I am. Um, you know, I, the second I've met her, I cried and you know, there's been multiple times I've been holding her and I just start crying. I'm like, this is really weird. Never thought fatherhood would hit me this way. And I think it just goes, you know, I lost my dad a few years ago. So like just layers of like who I am to this little thing that I'm holding, you know, that doesn't even have any idea what's going on in the world. Nick Clason (01:23): yeah. Yeah. That's that's awesome, man. Well, we're super happy for you, but obviously everybody wanted you back because, uh, you know, they missed, they, they missed you. Laughs. And they had just listened to me and that was boring so well, yeah. That's amazing, dude. So super happy for you. Um, today, uh, you know, Barna recently came out with a, an ebook, um, on the, I don't remember the exact title of it, but we'll link it in the show notes, but the findings in this new world of hybrid ministry and I dude, I promise you, right. We had this name before we knew about their ebook. Matt Johnson (02:06): So yes, Nick Clason (02:07): , we're technically not stealing from them, but they did release before us because, uh, we didn't have our crap together enough to get this thing up and off the ground. Matt Johnson (02:16): Nick Clason (02:17): So , so it looks like we're stealing from them, but we promise we're not. So I was reading through that, uh, just the other day and there were just some statistics that kinda, um, I found interesting and I just wanted to share them and then us just kind of go back and forth and talk through 'em a little bit. So, um, you know, you and I were obviously promoting this idea of digital and physical ministry calling it hybrid. Uh, and so there are a couple of things that I found interesting that feel like maybe they're not, um, leaning towards hybrid or digital ministry being a good strategy. The first one is this 51% of all us adults did not watch an online church service during COVID. Um, and 18% of practicing Christians did not. So COVID hit a practicing Christian, almost 20% of them never even tuned into an online service. So those statistics right there, Matt, is there anything concerning with that? Like as you and I are like pushing for this idea of hybrid ministry, are, are we like, well, yeah, but people don't even really want it. That's, that's kind of how I would read that statistic. Matt Johnson (03:31): Yeah. I, uh, personally I'm not concerned mostly just cuz of the demographic and the ages that this did. I mean, it's not just, you know, millennials that they're pulling out in this stat, it's all adults. So you're gonna have boomers, gen X all in there too. And we know historically that they don't want to really tune in online. Um, I will say, I mean, if only 20, if 20% of practicing Christians did not tune in, I mean that means 80% did tune in at some point, which I mean that excites me. Um, cuz that means majority of people are trying to tune in. Um, and I also do, uh, if all us adults and 51% did not attend a church service of like everyone in the us, I, I mean might be the optimist I me, but that, that tells me 49% of people at least, you know, checked out a service at some point. So that's exciting. Uh, yeah. Which, you know, that's kind of correlates with the numbers that we have seen and you know, practicing religion anyway. So, um, I Nick Clason (04:31): Mean you can paint them as negative. Right. But there's also the other side too, which is there, there is positivity in it such depends, I guess how you wanna look at it. Matt Johnson (04:40): Yeah. And I would just say like, don't get discouraged just cuz 20, you know, about 20% of practicing Christians did not because I would say, you know, that's probably the 20% of people that regardless never will. Nick Clason (04:52): Yeah. Well and one of the, I mean, gosh, one of the things we've noticed in our church is that, um, COVID hit and we lost contact with just a lot of people. And so mm-hmm, , that's probably a nationwide phenomenon as well. Um, especially depending on the size of church, you know, you and I obviously work at a pretty large church and so it's, it's harder for us to have contact with every single one, uh, of the people, you know, that, Matt Johnson (05:16): That least, yeah. Something else that I would ask, seeing the number start to cut you off. Nick is no, Nick Clason (05:21): You're good. Matt Johnson (05:22): Um, how were, were these churches that these 20%, 18% did not get practice online? Is that because they weren't communicated well to, um, were the, were things not implemented quick enough for them? So, you know, they were like, you know, they get out their habit habit of I'm gonna go attend church, which I think that could definitely be part of that factor too. I mean, I think in my grandpa's church who, you know, runs a small Methodist church of 20 people and they try to do online and it was him in his kitchen, but you know, his congregation is primarily 60 to 80 years old, so they're not gonna really go on Facebook to watch. Nick Clason (05:58): So yeah. I also think that, um, what you and I are proposing and talking about in the life of this podcast is not an online church service. No like that it be an element to it and it could be an element to it. But I think we're trying to actually create a more dynamic and robust, um, framework for hybrid ministry. Exactly. Because I do exactly that people do like the, the X factor of the church is the fact that we gather together and we create real authentic community. Like, yeah, that's what sets us apart. We're not just a content machine. And so the con the converse of that is that if the church is just a content machine, like if we're not doing it well, or, um, like if we feel like we should have to compete with the world, we may lose out on that, unless we have something that's uniquely different and we do, and that's Jesus and that's community, but so how do we take those things that uniquely set us apart as the church and create something hybrid in that? Nick Clason (07:08): And so while some of these stats may look, you know, cryptic or whatever, for what we're proposing, I would argue that we're saying, yeah, stream your service, but also, like don't only stream your service and call that your digital presence. There's so much more to a digital presence, just go back and exactly all the things we've, we've talked about in the week, the episodes before, so, okay. Yeah. So then, uh, 67%, um, of church adults now have an online option and when their church didn't have one before. So if anything, what we've seen now is that COVID has ushered the church, you know, into this new, this new phenomenon. I think in my dad's church, not the one he's at now, but the one that he was at when COVID was going on. And, uh, they, they did have a live stream, but dude, like I think that their live stream was someone setting their iPhone up in the balcony. Nick Clason (08:06): And like, that was how they live stream, you know, and they're not super produced even now, but they did, like, they did grab a couple of, you know, elements to, to boost their live stream. And so they now do like lower thirds instead of just like just putting the phone up and hoping that people can see the screen and, um, like stuff like that, you know, to make themselves a little bit more, uh, online savvy. And so I think a lot of churches went through some sort of online iteration. And so now that you have the hardware and the software, and maybe even some of the soft skills, like the know how and how to set this thing up, it now gives the ma you know, the overwhelming majority of churched adults, an online option that they didn't have before. And so yes, stream your service, but also what are different ways, Matt, that you could even see them packaging that, um, that content, that audio, that video to create hybrid, you know, elements throughout their week. Matt Johnson (09:08): Yeah. I mean, there's a lot of different ways you could, um, package it, but what are the best ways right now I'd say is to just get some of that short form content out of that live message. Um, we've talked a lot about that, especially if you're trying to hit the millennial gen Z. Um, there actually was just another study that came out that said the best way to reach that. Um, millennials in general is video that's under 60 seconds long. So, um, if you could figure out a good way to like package, I don't know, 62nd clip with a, um, let's say a 200 word blog or 200 word write up about it. And you could package that as a, Hey, our weekly recap or whatever. Oh yeah. I don't know if you watch baseball at all. Um, but, uh, one of my favorite things about baseball right now is like, if you tune into a game late, especially on specifically on YouTube TV, it gives you a six inning recap of, or like whatever inning you're coming in of all the plays you've missed, which I, uh, that's something I personally love, cuz I can catch up on my baseball games really quickly. Matt Johnson (10:09): But so do that for your sermon. Like do a, Hey here's our sermon recap for the week you give it in content short form. Um, and let me know what's going on with, uh, whatever you got going on in, at your church that week. Uh, that's the probably gonna be the best way to reach millennial and gen Z right now. Nick Clason (10:27): And do you think Matt that like obviously, well, first of all, baseball's boring. If you can catch up on a game in 60 seconds, that's my take on it, but uh, would you suggest that the best way to do that would be through, um, like maybe TikTok or Instagram, but are you saying like throw that on like a mobile friendly, um, website or like a page on your website? That's like maybe a blog page that's dynamic, that's moving, that's being updated. Um, and then that, is that the way to do it, send it out via email, like what would be your distribution? Like that's a great concept. I love that. I don't even know if there's churches really doing that in the iteration that you're explaining, but how would you, uh, suggest a church if you know, we hired you as our marketing manager, how would you suggest a church set that up technically on the backside? Does that make sense? Matt Johnson (11:16): Yeah. No, all of the above are great options. Um, the big thing, so here, well, let's go through all the avenues. So Instagram TikTok, you're gonna have broader reach. So if that's what you're trying to get, go for that email, you're gonna have your best reach. So, uh, Seth goin always talks about how your email list is like your gold. Um, if you get really good people on your email list and they're engaged, like that's your cream of your crop, they're gonna be hot no matter what. So, um, that's a great way to distribute, distribute it, but we also know it can be a challenge to get emails. So, um, if that's not, you know, uh, something that you have built, you don't have a CRM or anything built on the back end or a data management system. I would, okay. Let's all right. What's next website, which this could easily be a pillar page or a cluster topic of like, Hey, you're serving recaps and all that SEO is gonna drive your website. The video content is gonna weigh higher on Google and you can just continue adding stuff to that page of like here's our sermon recap page. And that page will just be built out more and more. And if you can just imagine this page, that scrolls forever, and you have a nice little table of content at the top that you can like jump around and stuff. That's gonna weigh very high on SEO. So, um, so which we are actually seeing currently with Google, Nick Clason (12:36): So let's get super nerdy on a pillar page. So I know what that is. Cuz you told me what it is, but I didn't know what it was till you told me what it was a couple of months ago. So first of all, what is a pillar page? Matt Johnson (12:47): So a pillar page is just a fancy term of like, okay, you've pick a topic. So let's, let's uh, let's talk about small groups. Small groups is always a great, uh, no let's do youth ministry since you're a youth leader. You knows. There we go. Let's now we're talking the finals, let's go into the world that we know. Yeah. so let's say we created a pillar page. That was everything you need to know about, uh, youth ministry in 2022. Um, so we titled that page specifically to be some of those search terms that you're gonna have. And then that pillar page should just be built out of like the who, what, when, where, why, how so, but blogs, curated content. And when I talk about curated content, I think that confuses a lot of people cuz they think, oh, we're just gonna, um, take content that we have or whatever, and just re put it on there. Matt Johnson (13:31): You can do that. But when I'm seeing curated content, I'm talking about other people's content and doing back links for them too. Mm-hmm um, that helps you weigh higher on SEO. Um, and also on this page should be, uh, you know, copy about like, okay, this is everything you need to know about youth ministry. And then on there you could have your video tutorials, you could have, um, white pages ebook. So it's everything that you're gonna release about a topic on one page. So the Google term of it is a content cluster, which it's like a cluster of all the content you have. The pillar page is what the marketing term is that you're gonna hear a lot for it. Um, so if you created, uh, let's say life, church recap page, and on that recap page, it's just everything that life church has done, you know, over the last year. And it's a recap of all their sermons. It's a play by play or whatever. You're gonna weigh higher on SEO when people are searching for like, okay, I'm looking for, how do I deal with anxiety? And if you had a sermon about anxiety, that's gonna weigh higher on that page for you. Nick Clason (14:40): That's great, man. So here's my question then as someone who's a novice, as it comes to like internet, uh, website development and all that stuff, obviously if I pay for developer, I'm gonna gonna get this done. Right. But let's pretend I don't have the money to do that. Or I might just, you know, waiting into this now for the very first time, uh, how, like, can you set up a pillar page? Like, is there like a pillar page for dummies? Is there like a couple of things that they can do through like a basic square space, Wix or WordPress site that will get them at least on the right path? Cuz maybe, you know, someone's listening to this and they're not the senior leader. They don't have the authorization to spend the money, but they believe in it. And so they want to take it on as a pet project, but they need to prove to their upper level leadership or their senior pastor that this is valuable. Can you give someone in that boat, any sort of like tips on how to get some of that stuff up and rolling? Matt Johnson (15:31): Yeah, definitely. You can a hundred percent create a pillar page through, you know, WICS or Squarespace or something. Um, you're just gonna be limited by, uh, the fact that you're in a template, which is okay. So I want to be very clear about that. Like that is okay. Um, it's just gonna be laid out how Squarespace really wants it laid out or Wix wants it laid out. Um, Nick Clason (15:50): As opposed to the custom, like I want it, I want this feature, like you can't ne maybe necessarily accommodate that. You're just stuck in the template. Matt Johnson (15:59): Yeah, exactly. So if you're like, Hey, I don't like how this jumps to there. You're not gonna really be able to finesse around that, but that's okay if you're just getting started through pillar page, cuz really a pillar page is meant to just be a really long content cluster. So just start adding everything you have on there and just lay it out in a logical sense. So don't uh, just throw stuff willy-nilly on it. Like don't go from like what this is about to, this is how you do it then to the why, like you need to start with like, you know, why and the what, and then go to the how, like, just like a story you don't just go straight to the climax of it Nick Clason (16:38): And, and let, let's throw like a couple pillar page examples, you know, in the show notes so that people can go check those out. Yeah, Matt Johnson (16:44): Absolutely. Nick Clason (16:45): See some of them what we're talking about. Yeah. But can you think of off top of your head or do we need to stop recording and then you, you comb your brain for some good pillar page Matt Johnson (16:54): Exams? No, there's a, there's a great pillar page that Typeform has, um, that I would love to, uh, that we can add into, um, the show notes and really the pillar page is all about uh, um, gosh, I can't remember. Give one second think Nick Clason (17:14): this is, uh, Matt Johnson (17:15): Brand awareness that thought it's about yeah, it's it's about brand awareness. Um, they did a whole pillar page about how you can build brand awareness, uh, Typeform data. And that's just been, uh, perfectly laid out. Actually I will even put it in our notes here. So you have it, love it. Um, and you can take a look at it, but this is really what Hillary pages should look like gives you how much, uh, time it would read. Uh, there's usually a table of content at the top and then you can jump through and find what you wanna read about. So, um, Nick Clason (17:49): I will link to that. You guys can see it. Yeah. Matt Johnson (17:51): Pick it out. And it's a perfect example of a pillar page and I need, I wanna reiterate pillar pages are big. So this pillar page is a 44 minute read and it's meant to build SEO. Like that's what it's meant for. So when I, uh, we were building a pillar page at a church now and you guys came to me about it and I was talking through with like the kids director and stuff. I was like, I need, let's Nick Clason (18:10): Be clear. You came up with the idea first. And then I said, we should do this and Matt Johnson (18:15): Then got Nick Clason (18:15): The kids director on board. Matt Johnson (18:17): So yes. Yeah. And I was sitting down with her and she's like, is that enough content? I was like, no, I need about 30,000 words. and I could see her go what? And I was like, okay, maybe not 30,000, but I need about 3000 words. Like I would need a lot of con copy for a pillar page to work. So it's something you constantly build. It's not just something that day one, you have 200 words and it's a blog post. Like a pillar page is not bigger than a blog post. Nick Clason (18:42): Does it take on like, like, okay, cuz I guess the way I'm looking at it, let's pretend it's like Instagram. So Instagram, if you're scrolling, it'll keep loading be beneath you and it'll just scroll, scroll, scroll, scroll, scroll until like, never like you can probably never really find the bottom of Instagram. Yep. However, like Google, right? Like it's, it's got a billion options, but at when you get to the bottom of your page, it'll be like go to page two. Yeah. Can it go either of those directions or is there one way that is better than the other Matt Johnson (19:14): Scroll scroll? Does that make sense? Scroll. Yeah, I would do scroll, scroll, scroll, scroll, scroll. Okay. And then if you wanna link to other stuff outside of it, that's totally fine. So like, Hey, go check out this blog. That's fine. And what that gives you is back links and you want back links and we back links. You have the higher websites weighted. It's all this weird stuff on the back. End of Google. Nick Clason (19:34): Yeah. Okay. Great. Love it. No, that's listen, dude. That's the type of stuff that I'm in idiot about, but uh, I know it's good. So I'm trying to learn. Matt Johnson (19:41): Yeah, no I'm here. Nick Clason (19:43): So yeah, pillar pages. Um, we took a little detour there, but that's, we're gonna, that's what this is episode is about. Like how do you build it? What are they, how are they advantageous? And so we can do with our 67% church adults who now have an online option, we can take some of that and use that to add to the pillar page mm-hmm . And so could you make it where it's like one week it's, uh, 62nd sermon recap with like the downloadable notes or something. And instead of them being downloadable, you're saying just type all those words into there, Matt Johnson (20:13): So that a hundred percent Nick Clason (20:14): It can be found. And then could you add to it next week, week two of the love sermon series and the 62nd recap clip and uh, the sermon notes or something like that. Matt Johnson (20:24): Exactly. Yeah. And you would be shocked on, I, I guarantee if someone, you little churches go out there and do that, you'll be weighed high on Google. Um, like do a, how to love, how to be loving as a Christian series. Um, cuz most places are not doing this most churches aren't doing this. And then secondly, uh, if they have done this it's so long ago that like, like you'll start to outweigh Google cuz you were creating new content for it. Nick Clason (20:51): So, uh, would you recommend like someone typing up a sermon recap or would you recommend just copy and pasting the pastor's manuscript notes? Matt Johnson (21:01): Uh, both. So the best solution would be to do a recap, but if you don't have time to do a recap, then just do the sermon notes right now. Like okay. Do the recap as like that's all right. I'm gonna make this better than do the recap. Nick Clason (21:16): Gotcha. Great. All right. So a couple other of stats I wanted to look into from the barn of study, 90% of people primarily engaged with the same church that they were committed to before. COVID and I think that that's a really, uh, hopefully a really helpful stat for us as pastors, because we feel like maybe this idea of all of us going online is they're gonna find something better and then they're gonna switch. Yeah. And they're not gonna wanna go to our church anymore. And our church isn't as good as elevation. They have verdict and they have band that makes music that's on Spotify. But 90% of, of churchgoers, primarily engaged with the same church, which communicates to me that most Christians are comm or are connected or committed right to their local body. They're not, they're not looking for something else. They, they have what they want. They have the community that they're, they're looking for. And so as a church, you putting your content out there, you may be, you know, so I've heard people say like, I don't wanna steal other people from other churches. Like that's that's that wouldn't be the goal. Right? The goal is to help nurture and disciple the people that are already going to your church. Matt Johnson (22:30): Exactly. Your online church should not be like, oh, I'm gonna steal someone. Else's congregation like this isn't some nefarious thing we're doing. It should be, Hey, we're here to nurture our 90% of people that are still engaged with our church, which that tells me, like you were just saying, they bought into your community that you built there. So yeah. Nurture them. give them stuff that makes them keep wanting to come back period. Nick Clason (22:57): Yeah. Well, not even keep wanting to come back, but like learn during the week. Matt Johnson (23:01): Exactly. Yeah. That's what I mean by that. Nick Clason (23:04): Yeah. Yeah. Not just, not just come to our church on Sunday. Yeah. Nick Clason (23:08): Uh, 78% of church dropouts are saying that they're waiting until services go back to normal before they return. I think that would be a lot of pastor's arguments of, well, see, see, we gotta go back to in person, we gotta go back to in person. And I don't, I don't think any of us are arguing that we shouldn't be back in person. Yeah. Uh, but I that's, I, I would be curious about that percentage of that stat. Hum. Those people are using that as an excuse as their church, uh, attendance patterns and disciplines have just completely faded away. Um, and they're just saying, oh yeah, I'm just waiting for it to go back to normal. Realizing that COVID has never really ended being normal. Like we're just still in this weird like world with it. And there is, I don't know if normal will ever come back the way it was. Cuz it's been two and a half freaking years. Matt Johnson (23:56): yeah, no, this is the new normal. And I would just like you were saying, I, my guess is that's probably us excuse for most people now. Um, mm-hmm they got out of the habit, which you know, we've we saw that in our own numbers and that's okay. Like go find the next seeds to sell. Nick Clason (24:13): Yeah, yeah, yeah. For sure. And again, we're not proposing like, well yeah, you should stream your service. Like if you can, you should. But we're also saying that there's this there's more to just hybrid. It's not just take your Sunday morning experience and post it on Facebook live. Yeah. There we're, we're trying to make this much more dynamic than Matt Johnson (24:33): That. Exactly. Nick Clason (24:35): All right. A couple other quick, quick hitters here. Um, but one thing I found really interesting was 36% of church adults, um, that were at home and people with kids under the age of 18, which is like 41% say that they struggle to focus during online church. And again, I think that's another potentially like negative stat towards, towards digital. So what would you say if someone's like? Yeah, I mean I, online church is great and all, but like I got young kids, like I, I can't, it's hard to pay attention the whole time or it's hard to keep them, you know, from being too rowdy or whatever during church. Matt Johnson (25:11): Yeah. No, the data tells us that if you're just streaming your exact service online, you're gonna have Nick Clason (25:18): It's an hour and 15 minute Matt Johnson (25:20): Service. Yeah. You're gonna have more drop off. Um, just cuz that attention span on an hour and 15 minutes on anything screen related, that's not an action movie drops off. So, um, yeah, if they, they probably will just tune into the sermon and that's okay. Or some just tune into the worship. That's my mom, she loves the worship and then she likes listening to the sermon, um, when she's driving to work the next day, which is, yeah, that's an okay option too, but you're giving them the avenue. So I get that. You're gonna struggle to focus during online. Um, that's gonna happen, especially if you have kids, uh, as you know, and I'm learning so Nick Clason (25:58): Well, I'll tell you what, what we would do during COVID is we would watch like older people church upstairs, and then we would send our kids to the basement to watch, uh, like their kid service. Well, their kid service was over in like 12 minutes Matt Johnson (26:13): Nick Clason (26:14): And so they come up at the end of worship. Yeah. And we're like, well, well, Hey, like go, Hey, let's watch, let's watch last week's again. And we, it was really hard, man. It was really hard. So it was hard to, it was hard to simulate church. Yep. Um, because it wasn't, I don't think it's meant to be that per se. No it's. And so I would, I would, as a, as a dad of kids under the age of five, I would agree with that stat wholeheartedly. Yep. Honestly, Easter 20, 20 Amanda and I watched church at like 10:30 PM when the kids are in bed. Matt Johnson (26:49): Yeah. Nick Clason (26:49): Like, because we are like, that's when we can in this, when we're unencumbered by them. Yeah. You know, Matt Johnson (26:54): So, and I think what we're landing on is like, it's okay to have these different avenues to consume the media. And also if you're like, Hey, I wanna, I wanna make our church service more, uh, more engaging for these people. Like then go solve that problem. Like go more power to you. Yeah, Nick Clason (27:15): Yeah, yeah, exactly. But to just overlay what you're doing in person on top of online, like that's, I don't know. I mean, dare I say it's a little lazy. Yeah. Like, and, and if you don't have the manpower for it, I get it. So we're not proposing that you reinvent the wheel, like crossroads in Cincinnati has a completely like custom hybrid online experience. Yep. And that's amazing. Right. I'll link I'll link theirs in the show notes too. I got somebody thinks to link in the show notes, but um, like the like yeah. So that's amazing, but they have the main power to do it. And you're probably again sitting here thinking like I barely have the main power to like do all the things I need to do. Um, and so we're not proposing that we're saying think, think about this as a side of the box, offer church streaming adjacent options. Not just only church streaming options. Exactly. Nick Clason (28:06): So, yeah. All right. A couple other real quick things. Um, this was interesting to me, I'll throw all these stats and stuff in the show notes, but so do you use the internet for faith purposes? So I'm just gonna read 'em and we'll kind of digest it. Practicing Christians set 66% of practicing. Christians said that they use the internet for faith purposes. 56% of church adults said that they use the internet for faith purposes. 36% of dropouts say that they use the internet for faith purposes, church, gen Z 67%, church millennials, 64% church, gen X, 58% church boomers, 42%. So I think a couple things that are interesting, obviously when you start with gen Z, it's the highest and it drops down as it gets to boomers. But one thing I notice is that even the gen Xers and the boomers still say almost 50% say that they use the internet for faith purposes. Mm-hmm . So if the argument is my church is old and this isn't for them, I, that categorically is untrue. Matt Johnson (29:08): Yep. Yeah, no, absolutely. And the only way to get younger is if you do it, so stats. I mean, that's what the stats are saying too. So if you're like, Hey, we wanna get younger, but we don't wanna, you know, kill our older, uh, congregation. Like they're gonna, they're all gonna be okay with it. Nick Clason (29:29): Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. And yeah, a, a church boomer will read a recap email. Like they, they respond email. My grandma reads email. In fact, my grandma couldn't connect to the internet the other day and was convinced that someone was trying to hack her bank account. And so I had to, I had to turn her wifi off and turn it back on and get her connected. And she thought that I am the number one, it director in the world. Matt Johnson (29:55): my grandpa, my grandpa, all the D coffee. TV's not working. Can you fix me? Like, did you unplug it? You're genius. Nick Clason (30:07): Yeah, but they'll read it. They'll read the emails, man. She, and dude, I was at my grandma's and she's like, can you help me unsubscribe from some emails? And I'm like, sure. So I'm like getting her set up with an UNS subscription service. And I was like, how about JC Penn? She's like, no, I like that one. . How about, how about your green bay Packers newsletter. Now I need to know what's going on. Withs green bay. Packer's newsletter. . How about this now? I, I need that gram. You don't actually wanna be in subscribe Matt Johnson (30:30): For anything Nope. Oh, that's fine. Nick Clason (30:34): All right. A couple another one that was interesting after C will church gatherings fit your life church, gen Z 37% said that both digital and physical would fit their lifestyle. 13% say that primary digital would fit their lifestyle. And 41% say physical will fit their lifestyle. So this is church gen Z. So I think one thing that stood out to me about this statistic, cuz that only 13% said that primarily primarily digital would be, uh, their preference for, uh, attending church post COVID mm-hmm . And so right. We continue to say gen Z, gen Z. And we, we are kind of pegging a lot of this on them and them as the future, but they still want in person, they're not looking for only digital. Exactly. We're looking for hybrid, which is what we're trying to find that, that sticky in between, between the two things. Nick Clason (31:29): Exactly. So, and same with millennials. Millennials are, uh, I think slightly higher, uh, 40% say that both online in person, 13% say primarily digital, which is the same as gen Z and then 42% say primarily physical. So they're right on the same track there as, as gen Zers. But they're saying that, um, basically the both that's hybrid man. Yep. Like that's what we're trying to say. Yep. They wanna come in person, but they also want to have access to it when they can't make it or for whatever reason, they're not able to be at church. They want to consume something online. Yep. So, so that's, that's it any other like kind of lasting thoughts that you had just through some of these statistics, like we'll, we'll link to the Barna, uh, ebook and so you can grab a copy of it yourself, but there are, uh, there's just a, there's a lot of really good and really interesting stuff in there. So any other thing that you are like, did you miss this? You should have highlighted this or just, or parting thoughts based on some of this data? Matt Johnson (32:30): No, I, I mean my biggest parting thought is like the, the data staying that hybrid is an avenue that we need to be exploring. So continue, um, exploring this avenue , I mean, don't, don't get discouraged, the data supports it. Nick Clason (32:45): Yeah. And get, and, and, you know, getting into hybrid, um, and getting into some of those digital platforms. Like it can be, it can be laborious and it can be cumbersome and setting up your account and then setting up your group and then setting up your payments, like all that stuff. Like, and it can get confusing because all those companies are trying to sell you things. Yeah. And they're all the best company and that's at least what they're telling you. And so you gotta, you gotta kind of slug slug through some of those things, like setting up email marketing, you know, uh, things or setting up, you know, CHMS things or just, it it's worth it, you know, but it can get, it can feel overwhelming at times. Yep. So stick with it. It's worth it. Find something that works. There's a lot of, um, free or light versions out there. Nick Clason (33:35): And probably for most of us that that will suffice at least for a while. Yeah. Until it gets to a spot where it needs to be, you know, super, super, uh, hefty as far as the payment is so sweet. Hey, uh, that's it for us on episode five? Um, maybe six. I actually can't really remember because, um, I think this was supposed to be episode five, but then I did one last week by myself. Yep. And so this may actually be episode six. I think it is, but yeah. Glad to have you guys, uh, subscribe, uh, follow us on Twitter at hybrid ministry. Also check out our website hybrid ministry.xyz. Uh, give us a rating. Pull open your purple podcast app search hybrid ministry. We're right there. We're number one. If you search that word and give us a little rating, that'd be awesome. I love it. And until next time see you guys later. Thanks guys. Was Matt Johnson (34:28): That just had some nasty bug on.

Angel and Z Podcast
Patreon: ZERS OTL, Police Chases in New York

Angel and Z Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 13:33


segment from the ZERS OTL episode. Full episode is available on our Patreon along with our entire patreon-only episode library. http://patreon.com/angelandzpodcasthttp://instagram.com/artprimohttp://artprimo.com

The Sports Brewery Podcast
129: Episode 210 - 6-2-22

The Sports Brewery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 48:02


Braga, King, and Ski talk: :20: Netflix episode dumps vs Disney weekly drops, binging Stranger things while you work from home, Netflix killing itself. 10:48: The Celtics stealing game 1, Phil Knight buying and fixing the Zers. 28:50: Richardson and Guerrier returning, Mahomes killing Coors Lights golfing. 36:15: Top 3 warriors.

The Sports Brewery Podcast
127: Episode 209 - 5-26-22

The Sports Brewery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 74:55


Braga, King, and Ski talk: :20: the school shooting in Texas. 31:38: dry heat vs humidity, Jody Allen selling the Zers and stealing monkey skulls. 40:17: The boring NBA playoffs, ESPN saving hockey, the amazing end to the PL. 47:13: baseball gear for kids, ending the Savannah Bananas, rating dongs, top 3 Ray Liotta movies.

Disrupt The Everyday Podcast
Episode 57 - Financially Thriving with Walli Miller

Disrupt The Everyday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 46:48


WHERE DO YOU WANT YOUR FINANCES TO BE IN ONE YEAR? On this episode we are joined by Walli Miller. Our discussion is focused on making good financial choices. We discuss: The FIRE lifestyle Money misconceptions Improving your financial wellness For places to listen, places to connect on social media, to be a guest, collaborate with or sponsor DTE visit: https://linktr.ee/DisruptTheEveryday Walli's website: https://financiallythriving.com/ About Walli Walli Miller is a financial coach who helps high-achieving millennials and gen Zers  become work-optional by taking control of their finances without sacrificing their lattes and brunches. She's a first generation college graduate, daughter of an immigrant and self-made millionaire who helps women balance spending, saving and wealth building without deprivation.

Der Gerichtsreporter
Der zersägte Apotheker.

Der Gerichtsreporter

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 46:00


Der Essener Timm H. hat 2006 seinen Nachbarn, den Apotheker Mario W., ermordet – für 1.000 Euro Beute. Die Leiche versteckte der 30-Jährige in einem blauen Chemiefass. Da der Körper jedoch nicht vollständig hinein passte, sägte Timm H. ihm die Beine ab. Mit Steinen, Schlamm und Fliesenkleber dichtete er das Fass ab und transportierte es zum Gelände der ehemaligen Fettfabrik Velten in Essen Freisenbruch. Alle zwei Wochen gibt es montags eine neue Podcast-Folge. Alle Folgen auf: www.waz.de/gerichtsreporter Sonderfolgen und spannende Berichte auf: www.waz.de/akte-nrw Newsletter: www.waz.de/stefansnewsletter Mail: hallo@der-gerichtsreporter.de Uns gibt es auch auf YouTube: www.youtube.com/dergerichtsreporter Unser Instagram-Account: www.instagram.com/der_gerichtsreporter Moderation: Brinja Bormann und Stefan Wette; Recherche und Autor: Stefan Wette; Produktion: Brinja Bormann

The Sports Brewery Podcast
89: Episode 190 - 1-13-22

The Sports Brewery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 36:56


Braga, King, and Ski talk: :30: Oregon winning in Corvallis, Dame's surgery, Jody rebuilding the Zers and Seahawks. 12:40: The Colts choke job, soggy blanket Wentz, unfair judging of Jimmy G, throwing scrilla at Russell Wilson, the horrible Herbo nickname, Oregon's horrible edits. 29:08: Top 3 college football voices.

The Sports Brewery Podcast
88: Episode 189 - 1-6-22

The Sports Brewery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 78:30


Braga, King, and Ski talk: 1:55: blowing up the Zers and trading Dame. 10:56: Huskies tears, DeBoer cracking down on THE EVIL MARY JANE, Tosh getting paid. 25:30: Oregon's risky assistant hires, random coach rankings, reactions to Ashford leaving, #ButterBois. 39:09: Overhyping USC QBs, The Lighthouse and other movies. 56:17: NFL playoffs talk. 1:05:11: Top 3 Oregon wins at Reser.

Radio Marija Latvija
Mīliet cits citu | RML S07E11 | Vēstures mīti | Edgars Engīzers | Aigars Brikmanis | 01.12.2021

Radio Marija Latvija

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 55:20


Radio Marija ir klausītāju veidots radio, kas nes Dieva Vārdu pasaulē. Radio Marija balss skan 24 stundas diennaktī. Šajos raidījumos klausītājiem kā saviem draugiem neatkarīgi no viņu reliģiskās pārliecības cenšamies sniegt Kristus Labo Vēsti – Evaņģēliju, skaidru katoliskās Baznīcas mācību. Cenšamies vairot lūgšanas pieredzi un sniegt iespēju ielūkoties visas cilvēces kultūras daudzveidībā. Radio Marija visā pasaulē darbojas uz brīvprātīgo kalpošanas pamata. Labprātīga savu talantu un laika ziedošana Dieva godam un jaunās evaņģelizācijas labā ir daļa no Radio Marija harizmas. Tā ir lieliska iespēja ikvienam īstenot savus talantus Evaņģēlija pasludināšanas darbā, piedzīvojot kalpošanas prieku. Ticam, ka Dievs īpaši lietos ikvienu cilvēku, kurš atsauksies šai kalpošanai, lai ar Radio Marija starpniecību paveiktu Latvijā lielas lietas. Radio Marija ir arī ģimene, kas vieno dažādu vecumu, dažādu konfesiju, dažādu sociālo slāņu cilvēkus, ļaujot katram būt iederīgam un sniegt savu pienesumu Dieva Vārda pasludināšanā, kā arī kopīgā lūgšanas pieredzē. "Patvērums Dievā 24 stundas diennaktī", - tā ir Radio Marija Latvija devīze. RML var uztvert Rīgā 97.3, Liepājā 97.1, Krāslavā 97.0, Valkā 93.2, kā arī ar [satelītuztvērēja palīdzību un interneta aplikācijās](http://www.rml.lv/klausies/).

Mīliet cits citu
Mīliet cits citu | RML S07E11 | Vēstures mīti | Edgars Engīzers | Aigars Brikmanis | 01.12.2021

Mīliet cits citu

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 55:20


Mīliet cits citu
Mīliet cits citu | RML S07E10 | Vēstures mīti sabiedrībā | Edgars Engīzers | Aigars Brikmanis | 24.11.2021

Mīliet cits citu

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 54:42


Radio Marija Latvija
Mīliet cits citu | RML S07E10 | Vēstures mīti sabiedrībā | Edgars Engīzers | Aigars Brikmanis | 24.11.2021

Radio Marija Latvija

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 54:42


Radio Marija ir klausītāju veidots radio, kas nes Dieva Vārdu pasaulē. Radio Marija balss skan 24 stundas diennaktī. Šajos raidījumos klausītājiem kā saviem draugiem neatkarīgi no viņu reliģiskās pārliecības cenšamies sniegt Kristus Labo Vēsti – Evaņģēliju, skaidru katoliskās Baznīcas mācību. Cenšamies vairot lūgšanas pieredzi un sniegt iespēju ielūkoties visas cilvēces kultūras daudzveidībā. Radio Marija visā pasaulē darbojas uz brīvprātīgo kalpošanas pamata. Labprātīga savu talantu un laika ziedošana Dieva godam un jaunās evaņģelizācijas labā ir daļa no Radio Marija harizmas. Tā ir lieliska iespēja ikvienam īstenot savus talantus Evaņģēlija pasludināšanas darbā, piedzīvojot kalpošanas prieku. Ticam, ka Dievs īpaši lietos ikvienu cilvēku, kurš atsauksies šai kalpošanai, lai ar Radio Marija starpniecību paveiktu Latvijā lielas lietas. Radio Marija ir arī ģimene, kas vieno dažādu vecumu, dažādu konfesiju, dažādu sociālo slāņu cilvēkus, ļaujot katram būt iederīgam un sniegt savu pienesumu Dieva Vārda pasludināšanā, kā arī kopīgā lūgšanas pieredzē. "Patvērums Dievā 24 stundas diennaktī", - tā ir Radio Marija Latvija devīze. RML var uztvert Rīgā 97.3, Liepājā 97.1, Krāslavā 97.0, Valkā 93.2, kā arī ar [satelītuztvērēja palīdzību un interneta aplikācijās](http://www.rml.lv/klausies/).

Radio Marija Latvija
Mīliet cits citu | RML S07E09 |Sabiedrībā izplatītie mīti par pagātnes notikumiem | Edgars Engīzers | Aigars Brikmanis |17.11.2021

Radio Marija Latvija

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 53:18


Runāsim par sabiedrībā izplatītiem, faktos nebalstītiem vai pat nepatiesiem priekšstatiem par pagātnes notikumiem. Kādi ir šo priekšstatu cēloņi un kā pret tiem attiekties.

Mīliet cits citu
Mīliet cits citu | RML S07E09 |Sabiedrībā izplatītie mīti par pagātnes notikumiem | Edgars Engīzers | Aigars Brikmanis |17.11.2021

Mīliet cits citu

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 53:18


Runāsim par sabiedrībā izplatītiem, faktos nebalstītiem vai pat nepatiesiem priekšstatiem par pagātnes notikumiem. Kādi ir šo priekšstatu cēloņi un kā pret tiem attiekties.

Road to D&D
Von der Hexe zum Meister - Wie ihr den Ringträger zersägt #R2DnD

Road to D&D

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 56:51


Wer schon immer mal das nötige Hexen Know How haben wollte, ohne gleich auf einem lächerlichen Besen namens Kartoffelbrei durch die Gegend fliegen zu müssen, ist bei den Unterklassen des Hexenmeisters in "Xanathars Ratgeber für alles" genau an der richtigen Stelle. Zwar müsst ihr euch eventuell Befehle von einem Schwert geben lassen, aber dafür könnt ihr jetzt stärkere Rüstungen tragen. Jetzt können sich die garstigen Hobbits auch nicht mehr vor euch verstecken. HEX, HEX. #R2DnD #DnDDeutsch #Dungeonsanddragons #DungeonsanddragonsPodcast

The Sports Brewery Podcast
74: Episode 177 - 10-14-21

The Sports Brewery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 61:51


Braga, King, and Ski talk: :30: The A's and Rays moving, Giants/Dodgers, the most boring franchise players, Neil Everett joining the Zers, the Seattle Trailblazers, Simmons for CJ. 14:25: their trash NFL teams, irrational Herbert homers, calling LMJ a bum. 24:20: the Gruden burning bridges train, Avril Lavigne, old lady Marilyn Manson. 39:12: Oklahoma's QB situation giving Oregon the blueprint. 44:40: Pac-12 betting lines. 53:38: Top 3 bears.

The Musings of Dirtbag Duke
Drunk Stock Trading and Bad Bosses

The Musings of Dirtbag Duke

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 19:02


Duke talks about an article concerning gen Zers trading stocks while inebriated and his experience with a bad boss.

Fifth Dimensional Leadership
Restoring the Soul of Business: Staying Human in the Age of Data

Fifth Dimensional Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 56:13


Yet another amazing guest is joining Ginny Clarke this week! Rishad Tobaccowala is an advisor, author, educator, and speaker with four decades of leadership experience in change, innovation, and reinvention. He has been named as one of the top five marketing innovators by Time and also serves as a thought provocateur, pragmatic guide, and empathetic advisor to those in senior management.   His newest book came out just this last year and is called, Restoring the Soul of Business: Staying Human in the Age of Data. It is an absolute must-read on what every organization can and should be implementing in this day and age.   In this conversation, Rishad speaks about how the hidden key to successful transformation in any organization lies between human intuition and data-driven insights; shares his stories of transitioning, pivoting, and adapting; important lessons from his new book; and his advice to both senior leaders and Gen Zrs alike on what they can do to build their personal brand and claim agency.   Key Takeaways: [:50] About today's episode with Rishad Tobaccowala. [1:30] Ginny welcomes Rishad to the podcast! [1:40] How Ginny became acquainted with Rishad. [2:00] Rishad shares about his background in India, how he got to where he is today, and how he came to write his book, Restoring the Soul of Business. [8:00] Where does Rishad get the inspiration for his thought pieces? What goes into writing them? [11:29] About Rishad's incredible foundation, The Tobaccowala Foundation. [16:16] Rishad shares about his 40-year career in a multi-faceted business. [20:27] The main mission and vision of Rishad's book, its key lessons, and what separates it from other business books. [23:44] Rishad highlights key lessons from chapter 7 on the themes of mastery, autonomy, purpose, and talent. [28:49] How Rishad's book speaks to COVID. [31:15] Rishad explains what it means to have a personal brand and what is really underneath ‘the hood' of someone's brand. [36:29] How reputation comes into play with your brand. [37:25] Rishad's advice for millennials and gen Zers for building their personal brand and claim agency. [43:21] What Rishad is seeing for the future of returning to work post-COVID. [53:23] Where to find Rishad online. [54:43] Ginny thanks Rishad for joining the podcast! Mentioned in this Episode: Rishad Tobaccowala The Tobaccowa Foundation Restoring the Soul of Business: Staying Human in the Age of Data, by Rishad Tobaccowala Daniel PinkRishad.Substack.com   About Fifth Dimensional Leadership & Ginny Clarke Fifth-Dimensional Leadership is a podcast about leadership — knowing yourself, speaking your truth, inspiring love, expanding your consciousness and activating your mastery. As an executive recruiter and career expert currently leading executive recruiting at a Fortune 20 tech company, Ginny Clarke is a passionate and authentic thought leader with a unique and deliberate perspective on work and life. She synthesizes aspects of her life as an African-American single mother who has successfully navigated corporate America for over 30 years. She has inspired, uplifted, and changed the lives of thousands and is intentional about bringing conscious awareness to people of all ages and stages.   Every other week, a new edition of Fifth-Dimensional Leadership will include fascinating guests, covering a variety of topics: power, personal branding, self-awareness, networking, fear, and career management   Stay Connected! To find more episodes or learn more, visit: GinnyClarke.com Connect with her on social media: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Youtube

UF Health Podcasts
Older patients are paying attention to online reviews of doctors

UF Health Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021


Move over, Gen X, Y or Zers, or whatever today's youngsters are called. You're…

UF Health Podcasts
Older patients are paying attention to online reviews of doctors

UF Health Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021


Move over, Gen X, Y or Zers, or whatever today's youngsters are called. You're…

ArmChair Takes
ACT Ep11 - latest Dubs & A's takes 5/13/21

ArmChair Takes

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 10:46


Decided to light the mic after a wildly entertaining Zers-Suns game that ended on a bullsh*t call with the Suns eeking out the victory and more importantly the chance of the Zers falling to 7th seed and facing the Dubs in the opening round of the Play-In. We'll get to that next week though when the matchups are set. Before then I give my takes on the Jordan Bell signing, the Dubs-Grizz game on Sunday, and give shouts out to JTA for being rewarded with a guaranteed contract. Juan T! Moving on to the A's... who are not actually moving btw.... I talk the series win in Boston, how they're now tied for the most wins in baseball (23) even after the 0-6 start, my continued concerns with the bullpen and Chappy's slow start at the plate, plus why I don't give AF about the announcement that the A"s and MLB are possibly looking to relocate the team. Hard pass. #ACT

The Sports Brewery Podcast
45: Episode 148 - 3-25-21

The Sports Brewery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021 77:48


Braga, King, and Ski talk: 2:30: Norman Powell to the Zers, Nurk coming back, Meyers Leonard bringing gamers and sports fans together, Enes Kanter ruling Turkey, 23:25: Oregon crapping on Iowa, Sedona Prince bullying, guessing about the tourney teams. 51:10: Top 3 funny Blazer trades, living in a broken down stadium, NFL contracts, Mariners closers.

ArmChair Takes
ACT Ep7- Dubs v Zers 3/3/21

ArmChair Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 28:58


Buckle up... this was the most anticipated ArmChair Takes yet as we had worlds colliding with the Dubs and Zers matching up for the last time this season. After the Dubs have owned the series in recent years, including sweeping the Zers in the 2019 WCF, they're finally on even footing and the ending did not disappoint. Zers win 108-106, scoring the games final 5 points to eek out the victory. Joining me on tonight's episode is ACT vet and Dubs diehard, Joseph Quinn, and representing the Portland Metro Area Playas are three fellow Ducks - Joey P, Wid, and Tim Pyle. We get sideways early and somehow end up comparing Dame and Dray (huh?) and after getting nowhere, finish with PMAPs getting takes off on where they think the Zers will finish the regular season and their overall expectations going forward. Take a deep breath and tap in #ACT

PodcastCabana
Zirkus - Leben am Trapez - oder: "James Bond sucht ein Ei in der Manege"

PodcastCabana

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 22:23


Es ist sehr unangenehm, ein halbes Pferd zu streicheln, das Kaffee trinkt. Das ist eines der amtlichen Endergebnisse der Zikusmeditation von Jünter, Jötz undJürgen. Die WDR2 Philosophen erinnern an den Röhnradfahrer Curt Cobain, beobachten die Zersägung von Peter Maffay und bringen die gesellschaftspolitische Bedeutung der Spritzblume auf den Punkt. Hereinspaziert und abonniert!

The Sports Brewery Podcast
41: Episode 144 - 2-25-21

The Sports Brewery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2021 71:35


Braga, King, and Ski talk: :35: Bill Walton, Oregon men's hoops, Gonzaga's rise. 11:50: Tyler Shough going to Texas Tech, who starts at QB for Oregon, playing Ohio State, the overrated Rose Bowl stadium. 26:40: The Crocs comeback. 31:20: Zinger to the Zers. 35:10: Top 3 should-be reboots. 48:50: Beavis & Butthead trivia.

HOOPRIPZ
EP:14 - Zers Got Bodied (PHX Suns Edition)

HOOPRIPZ

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 23:44


Hey HOOPRIPZ Fam! Welcome to episode 14. Erik, Mike and The Coach hopped on to record a REACTion show to the Blazers blowout loss to the Phoenix Suns on Monday. Tune in as the boys talk about their reactions to the game, Devin Booker being an absolute stud (before 'Bron said it), and Abriel playing Call Of Duty WHILE RECORDING

HOOPRIPZ
EP:09 - Busts, Butt

HOOPRIPZ

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2021 59:27


Episode 9 is all about the good vibes and laughs. Mike, Ryan, and Erik had some good laughs on this one and some HOT

Is it Tho? Podcast
Ep 49: Faith without works is Dead

Is it Tho? Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 54:13


Ladies and Gentlemen!! Zimz and Zers!! It is my Honor to present to you! A True brother, My childhood Friend, My best Friend etc etc! The Legendary 42!! In today’s episode! We Drop just Knowledge after knowledge points! With a little Fun of Stories, we are allowed to talk about! LOL They’ll probably be more Episodes with the Legendary 42 because We have countless stories! Be a Friend and Tell A Friend!! If you enjoyed it, Pls Subscribe!! Give us a like, follow and a share! Feel free to comment too! Appreciate y’all!

Z 2 A TAMIL PODCAST
Parody Bra**zers Rea**ty Ghost story by warren in tamil

Z 2 A TAMIL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 7:07


In this podcast based on parody ghost story.

ExMormon Bookclub
The Queer Ward- With Ver

ExMormon Bookclub

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 64:32


Ver is a non-binary asexual young adult that is finding zer way to  stay active in the church by taking it a la carte and figuring out what zie wants to keep, and what zie does not want to keep.   Oh by the way,  all of Zers siblings are LGBTQ as well and have only recently come out. How are zer parents who are active and believing mormons dealing with this?  How is the ward handling it?   And what resources has Ver found along the way that would be helpful to others?  Zie tells us all about it in this episode of ex-mormon bookclub.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

12 17 2020 - Winners and Lou zers

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

12 3 2020 - Winners and Lou zers

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts
11 26 2020 - Winners and Lou Zers Thanksgiving

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020


11 26 2020 - Winners and Lou Zers Thanksgiving

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts
11 19 2020 - Winners and Lou Zers Pre Thanksgiving

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2020


11 19 2020 - Winners and Lou Zers Pre Thanksgiving

Dein Heile Welt Podcast
Warum Du Dein Doppelbett zersägen solltest - Interview mit Robert Betz

Dein Heile Welt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2020 71:28


Heute gibt es ein Interview aus dem Bereich ,Beziehung‘ und , zwar sprechen wir über das Thema ,Warum Du Dein Doppelbett zersägen solltest‘. Jeder von uns wünscht sich eine glückliche und erfüllte Beziehung, doch warum gelingt es so wenigen von uns!? Über dieses spannende Thema habe ich mit Robert Betz gesprochen. In dieser Folge erfährst Du: * was die häufigsten Beziehungsprobleme zwischen Mann und Frau sind * welchen Einfluss die Beziehung zu Deinen Eltern auf Deine Partnerschaft hat * welche Rolle das innere Kind in Beziehungen spielt * warum Du Dein Doppelbett zersägen solltest * was die wichtigsten Schlüssel für eine erfüllte Partnerschaft sind Robert Betz ist Psychologe, Vortragsredner, Seminarleiter und Bestsellerautor. Er ist fast das ganze Jahr in den deutschsprachigen Ländern mit Vorträgen und Seminaren unterwegs und verbringt mehrere Monate im Jahr auf der Insel Lesbos. Sein zentrales Thema und Anliegen ist es, die Menschen an den Ur-Sinn von Mensch-Sein, Beziehung/Partnerschaft, Arbeit, Wirtschaft, Gemeinschaft etc. zu erinnern und daran, dass wir alle von Natur aus Herzmenschen, d.h. Wesen voller Liebe sind und dass die Liebe und das Lieben das Wichtigste in unserem Leben ist. Seine Arbeit sowie die aller mit ihm verbundenen Seminarleiter, Therapeuten und Coaches unterstützt Menschen darin ganzheitliches Lebensglück, zu erschaffen, aus ihren ‚alten Schuhen’ auszusteigen und das alte Leben eines unbewussten, sich und andere verurteilenden ‚Normalmenschen‘, der sich als ‚Opfer‘ anderer oder von Lebensumständen fühlt, hinter sich zu lassen und wieder zum bewussten, liebenden Schöpfer und Gestalter seiner Lebenswirklichkeit zu werden. Wenn Dir diese Folge gefallen hat, dann freue ich mich, wenn Du den Podcast abonnierst und eine Rezension auf iTunes hinterlässt. Damit hilfst Du mir, dass noch mehr Menschen den Podcast finden und auf ihrem Heilungsweg unterstützt werden. Von Herzen DANKE! Und jetzt: viel Spaß beim Zuhören... __________ Hier findest Du mehr zu Robert: - Homepage: https://robert-betz.com - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/betz.robert __________ Hier findest Du mehr über mich: - Homepage: https://www.dein-heile-welt-podcast.de - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/annalena_volk/ - Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/annalenavolk - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeinheileWeltPodcast/ Hast Du eine Frage oder einen Podcast Wunsch? Dann schreibe mir eine Mail an: hallo@dein-heile-welt-podcast.de __________ Auf Deine Heilung! Deine Annalena :-)

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

11 12 2020 - Winners and Lou zers

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

11 5 2020 - Winners and Lou Zers

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts
10 29 2020 - Winners and Lou Zers College Football Gambling Podcast

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020


10 29 2020 - Winners and Lou Zers College Football Gambling Podcast

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts
10 22 2020 - Winners and Lou zers Sports Gambling Podcast

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2020


10 22 2020 - Winners and Lou zers Sports Gambling Podcast

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts
10 15 2020 - Winners and Lou zers Sports Gambling Podcast

Tony Basilio's Next Level Network Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2020


10 15 2020 - Winners and Lou zers Sports Gambling Podcast

BONSAI POPcast
Showing Each Other Our No-Nos In The Closet

BONSAI POPcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2020 112:39


Our heroes are back with a slew of new topics including the presidental debate, gen Zers, adult magazines, Mike's "first time", Deca-Dance, a new (possible good??) Sword Art Online, Re:Zero,  audio issues, God of Highschool, Webtoonz, Uzaki-chan Wants To Hang Out!, Peter Grill and the Philosopher's Time, No Gun's Life, Naruto, Boruto, Devilman, more audio issues, Yakuza Kawami 2, Super Mario 64, Among Us, Super Mario Sunshine and more!

Angel and Z Podcast
Ep.21-Panic and Zers (SB)

Angel and Z Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2020 90:44


Panic and Zers are active graffiti writers from the Bronx and Queens. Known for their clean solid fill-ins that you can find throughout all five-boroughs, they speak on chase stories, getting death threats in Puerto Rico, their thicker than blood connection with their crews, hopping barber wired fences and jumping off roofs to evade arrest and more. Had alot of good laughs on this one. Available on apple podcasts, google play, spotify, our website and more. #panicsb #zersotl

BRIDGECITYBOYS Presents: the New Music Monday Podcast

(3:08) HBD TRENT / (4:48) No Limit: Chronicles / (7:28) Talkin' Zers / (12:13) Intro / (18:39) Nas - King's Disease / (30:33) Where does Nas rank all-time? / (43:47) BCBMIX: Movie Music / (57:06) Boldy James - Versace Tape / (71:27) Lil Keed - Trapped On Cleveland 3 / (84:10) BLIGATORY: Taylor Swift (spicy), Amine, Beach House.

#RealTalk About the Workplace
Ep 10: What Generation Zers Want from the Workplace

#RealTalk About the Workplace

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2020 28:01


A Google search on Generation Z produces over a billion search results! Their older siblings, Millennials, were similarly obsessed about. What Generation Z (or Zoomers) want from the workplace is more than a laundry list of things from the latest survey. They are bright, clear-eyed and thoughtful...about everything. In this episode, I invited a very special guest to share her perspective...my own daughter. We had a blast!   For more help wgninhr-consulting.com/     Finding Your Voice joannerencher.com/books     Follow me on LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/joanne-rencher-42205a33/    Follow me on Instagram instagram.com/joannerencher/  

WDR 4 Mittendrin - In unserem Alter
Die zersägte Nacht - was tun gegen Schnarchen

WDR 4 Mittendrin - In unserem Alter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2020 11:30


Von Anne Debus. Schnarchen ist ungesund und belastet die Partnerschaft. Die Ärzte können aber mittlerweile fast jedem Betroffenen helfen. In WDR 4 Mittendrin gibt ein Schlafmediziner Tipps.)

Is it Tho? Podcast
Episode 29: #Me too

Is it Tho? Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2020 46:41


Hello! Hola, Hulu ! Coma esta? Amigos and Amigas! Ladies and gentlemen! Zims and Zers! They and there’s! We are back!! To our Regular schedule program because No longer!!! Will We let the fear Nickel-back take away everything!! We are taking a Stand! While FOLLOWING PROTO of course!’ In today’s episode We discuss a little of the effects of the nickel-back And..... Me Toos..... Follow us on Facebook! This podcast is also available on ITunes and Spotify! Please Rate and Review us! Subscribe! Stay safe, Stay home Always Appreciate ya!!

US, The Podcast
Corona Virus & Black America

US, The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2020 67:08


In this week’s episode of US, The Podcast, we are discussing the Corona Virus and the impact it’s had on Black people in the United States. We talk about the much appreciated work of essential workers, the disproportionate impact this pandemic has had on Black people, what the future looks like for Black Gen. Zers, and where we see God in the midst of all this. Join us for a conversation on COVID 19 and how it’s impacting Black America! Podcast Graphic by Jackelin Garcia (@garciajackee on instagram) Instrumentals: Horus III - Wind Follow US, The Podcast on Social Media: Facebook: US, The Podcast Twitter: @usthepod Instagram: @usthepod Did you know US, The Podcast has a Patreon? Well if ya don’t know, now ya know! Financially support the work that we do by subscribing to get access to our bonus content. Bonus content includes #ReactPod episodes, Meditations with Drea, Devos with Drew, and extended interviews with all of our guests. Check out our Patreon webpage and support: Patreon link: https://www.patreon.com/usthepod For one-time donations, give through CashApp $UsThePod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Tech Deciphered
#3 – (Almost) everything you need to know about Generation Z, including some actionable stuff as well

Tech Deciphered

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2020 51:35


We do an in-depth episode on our “saviour generation” (as Nuno calls them), gen Z: who are they, what do they stand for, what are their aspirations and hopes, why does it matter so much, how entrepreneurial will they be, how will they engage, what products and services will they use - in commerce, social, entertainment, gaming, finance, how to reach and appeal to them.  Navigation: Definition of Gen Z (1:31) Aspirations & Hopes (4:13) Why should we care? (08:57) Openness & Consciousness (10:31)  More or less entrepreneurial? (12:33) Growing up ‘mobile-first’ (16:55) Institutions and political engagement (20:49) What apps do gen Zers use? (23:26) How do they play mobile games? (28:00) What social apps do they use and how? (30:27) What entertainment apps do they consume and how? (32:59) How do they use shopping and financial service apps? (34:25) Gen Z at work and their career development (39:33) How to reach and appeal to Gen Z (47:13) Gen Z - Conclusion (48:37) Resources: App Annie, How To Win Gen Z on Mobile - http://bit.ly/2w8TvVJ Criteo, Gen Z Report Based on the Criteo Shopper Story - http://bit.ly/2IOv0Qr  McKinsey, True Gen: Generation Z and its implications for companies - https://mck.co/39W0noe Morning Consult, Understanding Gen Z  - http://bit.ly/33pbeV1 IBM, What brands should know about Generation Z shoppers - https://ibm.co/33qWXXZ Imagen, Switched on Superfans - http://bit.ly/3aRZahA Deloitte, Understanding Generation Z in the workplace - http://bit.ly/38TT6nx  Google, Gen Z: A Look Inside Its Mobile-First Mindset - http://bit.ly/2TT65BK Our co-hosts: Bertrand Schmitt, Tech Entrepreneur, co-founder and Chairman at App Annie, @bschmitt Nuno Goncalves Pedro, Investor, co-Founder and Managing Partner of Strive Capital, @ngpedro  Our show:   Tech DECIPHERED brings you the Entrepreneur and Investor views on Big Tech, VC and Start-up news, opinion pieces and research. We decipher their meaning, and add inside knowledge and context. Being nerds, we also discuss the latest gadgets and pop culture news. Subscribe To Our Podcast Full transcription: may contain unintentionally confusing, inaccurate and/or amusing transcription errors

Cumulus Eugene
Sports Talk - Hour 3: Blazers Group Theropy 3-9-20

Cumulus Eugene

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2020 47:30


Sports Talk Hour 3: MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS restrict media access in locker rooms, the Zers are struggling, tweet of the day, and more. 

FaceOff Podkāsts
Nenokalibrēts lāzers NBA All-Star, bani futbolā, KHL Playoffi un Dinamo Uzvara | FaceOff Tiešraide

FaceOff Podkāsts

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2020 77:30


Kas tik nav noticis pēdējā nedēļas laikā, Rīgas Dinamo aizvadīja ar asumiem un vārtiem bagātu spēli, Manchester City lielais bans, NBA All-Star weekends, kur mūsu cerības uz lāzēru nu gandrīz piepildījās, bet Danku konkursā ažiotāža? Un vēl citas tēmas, tāpēc šodien pēcspēles tiešraide kopā ar Kasparu Dvinski un Tomu Prāmnieku, un aprunāsim kā gāja Rīgas […]

Make It Take It
Episode 8: Melo, it’s me

Make It Take It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2020 49:59


2:10 Is Melo the savior of the Zers? 8:38 Luka = Aunt Jemima 10:50 Could you imagine? 19:18 TB12 < Taysom Hill 27:25 Clemson is going to get blasted 32:24 Things I don’t understand 43:13 Undefeated Playoff Predictions

Cumulus Eugene
Sports Talk - CT&ST Hour 2 1-8-2020

Cumulus Eugene

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2020 47:27


CT&ST Hour 2: Lamar Jackson is good at football, Oregon OC rumor SZN, Zers beat the Raptors, Greenhill Pet of the week, and more. 

Is it Tho? Podcast
Mini Tho #4: WE WANT CHISME!

Is it Tho? Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2019 34:19


Ladys and Gentlemen and Zims and Zers and lastly LatinxsWhat Drives Us? Fame? Money? Love? or is it......Simply CHISME! Is Oversharing, Overreacting The Future?Did you know...Learning from our mistakes and growing is a thing of the past!!!WE MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR EVERYTHING WE'VE EVER SAIDAs always thanks for tuning in, WE APPRECIATE YACome for the memes, Stay for the conversationBe sure to call and leave a voicemail at (512)-710-7250

Cumulus Eugene
Sports Talk - CT&ST Hour 3 12-17-19

Cumulus Eugene

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2019 48:35


CT&ST Hour 3: 8 team playoff debate, we lose the internet for the hour, Zers, NCAA 14, Tweet of the day, and more. 

Und niemals vergessen
#24 – Die zersägte Sportschau-Medaille

Und niemals vergessen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2019 33:22


Am 11. September 2011 schoss Silvio gegen den FC Ingolstadt das erste "Tor des Monats" in der ARD Sportschau in der Geschichte des 1. FC Union Berlin. Warum danach die Medaille zersägt wurde und Silvio zur Gitarre griff, erfahrt ihr in dieser Episode.

What The Scot?
Spooktacular Halloween

What The Scot?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2019 33:55


Mr. Toad and Princess Elsa invite a beach tourist on this weeks Halloween episode! We talk millennials vs gen Zers, school pranks, & bowling pins. Boo!

Looking For Artists
17 Zers OTL & EOK CB

Looking For Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2019 96:54


Looking For Artists is a series dedicated to the artists among us. Based in NYC, Rock Rising Productions is interested in artists like you! If you know an artist that is doing interesting things, drop us a DM on instagram and share their profile with us! Let's get connected. mmmichaeljohnson on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvdF4jlIjTRR0nw4j8HTIIg

BRIDGECITYBOYS Presents: the New Music Monday Podcast

Playoffs are heating up! Dev && Pax are talking Zers alongside a light weekend of music. We also concluded the "debut albums" tourney Pax was hosting on his IG this week (Illmatic won), && we decided to run it back && announce a new tourney happening again this week. Happy Monday y'all!

Right on Business
Millennials in Politics—Change The World, Don’t Work in Politics

Right on Business

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2019 34:13


In this episode, Remington and Keith talk about millennials (and by extension Generation Z) in politics. They discuss current millennial congressmen and congresswomen, millennial staffers, and how millennials are using social media to communicate. Finally, Remington and Keith give a recommendation for millennials (and general Zers) going into politics. It's easy: DON'T DO IT! Go into business.

Rip City Report
Rip City Report, Episode 152

Rip City Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2018 73:29


In the last 2018 edition of the Rip City Report podcast, Joe Freeman and Casey Holdahl discusses whether the Trail Blazers are “hot” again and if so, whether it will last, the supporting cast and how they determine how much success this team has, whether fans romanticize Ed Davis, play another round of Walton or Oden and finish by answering listener questions Christmas movies, approaching players in the real world, the nickname “Zers,” overeating to winning and losing streaks, our approach to covering games and much more.

CaseyHoldahl
12.20.18 Rip City Report, Episode 152

CaseyHoldahl

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2018 73:30


In the last 2018 edition of the Rip City Report podcast, Joe Freeman and Casey Holdahl discusses whether the Trail Blazers are “hot” again and if so, whether it will last, the supporting cast and how they determine how much success this team has, whether fans romanticize Ed Davis, play another round of Walton or Oden and finish by answering listener questions Christmas movies, approaching players in the real world, the nickname “Zers,” overeating to winning and losing streaks, our approach to covering games and much more.

Zināmais nezināmajā
Brīvā laika kontrole Padomju Savienībā. Ar pētījumu iepazīstina Edgars Engīzers

Zināmais nezināmajā

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2018 42:57


Latvijas Padomju Sociālistiskajā republikā arodbiedrības bija lielākā sabiedriskā organizācija. To uzdevums bija ne tikai darba dzīves, ražošanas un plānošanas organizācija, bet arī visaptveroša privātās un ārpus darba laika dzīves kontrole. Tā savā pētījumā ir secinājis vēsturnieks Baltijas Starptautiskās akadēmijas lektors Edgars Engīzers. Viņš sīkāk pētījis padomju varu caur darbinieku arodbiedrībām. Par savu pētījumu Edgars Engīzers stāsta raidījumā Zināmais nezināmajā.

TOS Ministries
GUIDO KASCH - Vom Wort Gottes durchbohrt oder vom Teufel zersägt

TOS Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2018 45:27


Vom Wort Gottes durchbohrt oder vom Teufel zersägt [Apostelgeschichte 2,37-38]. Wie reagierst du auf das Wort Gottes. Dringt es tief in dein Herz ein und setzt dich frei in seinen Maßstäben und Verheißungen zu leben oder ist dein Herz zersägt und du wirst zum Widersacher Gottes.

Skooled
Digs: where 20 and 30-somethings are are putting down roots

Skooled

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2018 49:29


In this episode Journalist, Nia Hamm, is joined by John Walkup of Urbandigs.com to discuss where millennials and gen-Zers (20 and 30-somethings) are living in large numbers and why. The episode also explores some of the best tools young adults can use to find a community they can call home. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy

Jay and Jack's Ramblecast
Ramblecast Ep. 10.32: “Meow-zers the Saigon Whore”

Jay and Jack's Ramblecast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2018 97:00


On a serious note, we would like to ask you all for your support of the ASPCM Foundation, you can do so by becoming a Patron. Welcome to the Ramblecast! On this week’s episode, we are joined by Tyrion Lannister, but sadly he was not in the mood to talk Game of Thrones. We do, […]

Blazer's Edge
Has the Blazer's offense arrived? How did they get here? Dame Flames- the arrival of MVP Dame, calling the Blazers the 'Zers and more!

Blazer's Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2018 68:05


On this week's episode of the Blazer's Edge podcast Tara and Dan take a look at the resurgent Blazers offense, what led to it, is it sustainable, the arrival of MVP Damian Lillard, Ed Davis rises from last year's ashes, calling the Blazers  "The Zers" and more! Intro Routine vs. Rest Food in Dallas Ranking Texas NBA arenas Having rest before the All Star break is a good thing, right? Things looking more natural and fun Opening the playbook with chemistry How do you build familiarity on the floor? Evaluating Portland's offense Tara hates Bunnies Why is the offense playing better? Can the offense be sustained? MVP level Damian Lillard CJ McCollum rounding into form The rotations are getting locked down Dame & CJ are still the key- when they're rolling the team is rolling Role players ... playing roles Yes, Ed Davis is really good and really valuable Ed Davis, let me shower you with praise Listener questions- everything ball movement Understanding relevant and purposeful ball movement It's not about how many passes you make, it's how many of the right passes Natural adjustments + better passing and shot making= good offense Elevator! Stop calling the Portland Trail Blazers the 'Zers  Addressing the NBAPA v NBA Referees Tear it all down Relationship building vs scorched Earth Shout out Blazer's Edge Night selling out! Blazers Outsiders Debut Shout outs/credits Blazers Outsiders DebutShout outs to DeMarcus Cousins and Andre Roberson Follow us on Twitter @blazersedge @DMarang @tcbbiggs Subscribe to the Blazer’s Edge Podcast via iTunes and now Google Play. We are part of the Almighty Baller Radio Network. Check out our podcast and all the other NBA podcasts at almightyballer.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

artmix.galerie
Hörspielmacher und Musiker Felix Kubin über Art of Noise - das Mikrofon als Versuchsobjekt

artmix.galerie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2017 26:06


In dem Hörspiel "Phantomspeisung" (BR 2017) steht das Mikrofon im Mittelpunkt. Im Gespräch spricht Felix Kubin über die verschiedenen Experimente, die er für sein Hörspiel durchgeführt hat, wie das Zersägen eines Mikrofons während der Aufnahme. / Moderation: Katarina Agathos, BR 2017 // // Jetzt anmelden für aktuelle Hörspiel-Empfehlungen: www.hörspielpool.de/newsletter