Leadership Training Program, Millennials Need To Hear The Truth

Millennials Need To Hear The Truth, Leadership Training Program:  Leadership is essential for us to turn the nation around. Frankly, we’ve got to reach the next generation and raise them up to really understand what it means to be an American and what it means to have a Biblical, constitutional, and historical perspective. Millenials are not born biased. That’s why we need to be able to reach them and to share truth, Biblical morals, and foundational principles ensuring that they are not just getting a one-sided biased perspective from their universities and the media.  Special guest, Jonathan Richie, shares his great experience with the Wall Builders Leadership Training Program. Learn about the upcoming programs for this year and how you can help or get involved.  Join us today as we discuss why it is vital that we help train our young people to change and shape the culture for good.

Air Date: 01/08/2018

On-air Personalities: David Barton, Rick Green, and Tim Barton

Guests: Jonathan Richie


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Faith And The Culture

Rick:

Welcome to the intersection of faith and the culture. This is WallBuilders Live where we’re talking about today’s hottest topics on policy, faith, and the culture. All of it from a Biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective.

We’re here with David Barton he’s America’s premier historian and our founder here at WallBuilders. Also Tim Barton, national speaker and pastor and the president of WallBuilders. My name’s Rick Green I’m a former Texas legislator.

You can find out more about all three of us at our website WallBuildersLive.com and you can actually get some archives of the program. So, if you want to listen to some of the shows from last year or the last few weeks, it’s available there WallBuildersLive.com. You can get a list of the stations, lots of great information.

Then go to WallBuilders.com, our main website, and there is a ton of information there. And actually a lot of great tools that you want to put in your own toolbox. A lot of great information, books, DVDs, and different things that you can share with your friends and your family to educate them on what it means to be free and what they can do to help preserve that freedom for future generations. So, check all that out at WallBuilders.com.

Leadership is Essential For Us to Turn the Nation Around

Rick:

David, Tim, leadership is essential for us to turn the nation around. And frankly, we have got to get to the next generation and raise up folks that really understand what it means to be an American, what it means to have a Biblical, constitutional, and historical perspective. There’s a lot of work that has yet to be done.

David:

Yeah, and anyone who doubts that needs to do a little bit of time studying surveys and polls that are out on the difference between all the generations right now. And it doesn’t matter whether you’re the silent generation, or boomer, or bust, or whether you’re Gen Y or Gen Z, Millennials.  Gen Y – there is a ton of deference.   

Probably the most stark contrast with all generations is where millennials and Gen Zs are right now compared to everything else. And the difficulty with having such a stark contrast is that they’re the future leaders.  Right now, they are more hostile to the current form of government we have, they’re more hostile to the traditional institutions we have, more hostile to things like the American flag, they don’t believe in American exceptionalism.

If you’ve seen polling recently you know that college students right now support communism, fascism, or socialism, over free market. That’s all bad news for the future unless you can get some things turned around. And so, and by the way, for anyone who does not understand why this generation is so different you need to read what Jesus said in Luke 6:40 when He said, “Every student, when he’s fully trained, will be like his teacher.”

What you see out of the Gen Y and Gen Z generation right now is exactly what’s going on in education. One of the things we covered at the Legislative Conference this year was the composition and makeup of the philosophy of what we currently have in higher education.

I’ll just throw some numbers out as an example. In America right now, as of most recent polling, 28 percent of Americans self-identify as Republican, 28% self-identify as Democrat, and 41% self-identified as independent. That means Democrat/Republican, that’s 1 to 1 for where the nation is – 28% D’s 28% R’s. So, in university how does it look? Is it 1 to 1? No, it’s not.

For every one Republican History professor at the university level, there are 33 Democrat history professors.

Rick:

So, it’s really close then to the population–

David:

Yeah, it is.

Rick:

If the population’s 1 to 1, then 1 to 33 – it’s not that far off.

David:

It reflects that.

Rick:

Yeah.

No Wonder Students Come Out of College Hating America

David:

And by the way, if you wonder why students come out of college hating America because of all the evil we did in the past, that we’ve done more wicked than we’ve ever done good, and why people go across the world apologizing for America. That’s because they’re recent college graduates. They’ve been taught that by a margin of 33 to 1.

Rick:

It’s why these latest trends of not standing for the National Anthem–

David:

That’s right.

Rick:

–and all that, it was fertile ground. The seeds had already been sown of this anti-Americanism and we’re bad, not good. So, that stuff just fit perfect.

David:

Well, look at the generational divide because you have so much.  Millennials who are in that Colin Kaepernick kind of thing that America is not great and we’re taking a knee. And older generations saying, “This is nuts. We’re not watching the NFL anymore.” So, you saw the ratings plummet as a result and the brand has really been tarnished for the NFL.

But the Gen Y, Gen Z folks, “What’s the issue? I mean, they did good stuff in the NFL. Why is viewership down?” And it is that generational divide, but it’s not a divide between generations, it’s an educational divide.

You have people being taught things right now in school, and by the way, you look at the media and older generations would largely say the media is really biased. While the majority of the younger generation would say, “No, they’re not biased.”

And what’s the difference? Why does one see it biased and one not? Because when you look specifically at training with journalism, at the university level right now, for every one Republican journalism professor, there are 20 Democrat journalism professors.

So, those who come out with a degree in journalism and go into media I wonder what they’re leaning, and the inclination and political identification is? Again, Jesus said, “Every student when he’s fully trained, will be like his teacher.” So, that’s where the real issue is now. Now, if you want better leaders in the future, you’re going to have to get what’s been taught them in university kind of washed out. And we have been able to see that happen with some real good examples.

The Only Way to Change it is to Get Them the Right Information

Rick:

So, David, if it’s like that though, if there’s that much of a disparity, the only way that we’re going to change that- and obviously we want the disparity to be changed in the right direction. Which means we’ve got gotta get them the right information. Which means we’ve got to train them and we’ve to start bringing up leaders that can win over the people in their generation.

Tim:

Well, and guys, that’s one of the things we’ve seen for a long time whether it be through Patriot Academy, whether it be through what used to be our intern program. Now we have a leadership training program for young students 18-25-year-old. And ultimately we see, especially with Millennials.  With Gen Z coming up, is they are not born biased.

One of the things that’s really funny to me with how badly Millennials are maligned, with all the negative things, these stereotypes, “Well, they’re snowflakes.” Although all of those things that are said about them could be true of the vast majority of them, they were born blank slates, so somebody had to teach them that nonsense.

Well, the positive and redeeming factor in the midst of what we can look at and see all of these bad things surrounding all the labels that are given to them. The positive thing we can see is that Millennials are incredibly relational and that Millennials actually desire to have mentors in their life. Now, because they are relational, because they want mentors, when you take time and you invest in a relationship when you take time and you teach and train them, they actually are eager for that.

And if you will teach and train them truth or things that are contrary to what they’ve been hearing, they are very open to receiving that as we’ve discovered through Patriot Academy, as we’ve discovered through the leadership training program. Where we had students that came in and although their hearts, very good, very open, they might have had some allusions or maybe misconceptions about certain thoughts.

Lead Them to a Place Grounded On Truth

Tim:

Whether it’s the government solving some problems, or we need government healthcare, or, “Well, socialism isn’t really that bad, is it? Because if everybody gets something–” They’re often led by their hearts and not led by reality. But if you can have a conversation and help walk them through what is real, what reality actually is, how it works, what truth is, you can make a lot of progress. And lead them from where they are to a place that is actually grounded, not on feelings and emotion, not on what culture around them is saying, or what the media says, but on what is actually truth, on what reality is, on how it works in real life.

And we’ve seen amazing progress happen where we’ve seen, and we are continuing to see, young leaders raised up to make significant impact and difference in their peers, and their friend groups, their culture around them. But it’s once they get that truth, and again, it’s through the relational mentoring aspects which is what Patriot Academy and our leadership training program is all about. And that’s why we’ve seen such incredible results.

Rick:

Well, we’re going to take a quick break. When we come back, we’ll talk about a specific leadership opportunity coming up in 2018 through WallBuilders. Stay with us. You’re listening to WallBuilders Live.

We Want To Hear Your Vet Story

Rick:

Hey friends! If you have been listening to WallBuilders Live for very long at all, you know how much we respect our veterans and how appreciative we are of the sacrifice they make to make our freedoms possible. One of the ways that we love to honor those veterans is to tell their stories here on WallBuilders Live.  Once in awhile, we get an opportunity to interview veterans that have served on those front lines that have made incredible sacrifices have amazing stories that we want to share with the American people.

One of the very special things we get to do is interview World War II veterans. You’ve heard those interviews here on WallBuilders Live, from folks that were in the Band of Brothers, to folks like Edgar Harrell that survived the Indianapolis to so many other great stories you heard on WallBuilders Live.

You have friends and family that also served.  If you have World War II veterans in your family that you would like to have their story shared here on WallBuilders Live, please e-mail us at [email protected]  Give us a brief summary of the story and we’ll set up an interview. Thanks so much for sharing here on WallBuilders Live!

Leadership Training Opportunities for 2018

Rick:

Welcome back to WallBuilders Live. Thanks for staying with us today. Jonathan Ritchie is here from our WallBuilders team to talk about some leadership opportunities coming up through WallBuilders. Thanks for joining us today.

Jonathan Ritchie:

Thanks for having me on.

Rick:

Glad to have you in studio. And, Tim, you were talking right before the break just about this need with the next generation to train them. Jonathan, what are some of the things that WallBuilders is doing on this leadership training?

Jonathan Ritchie:

Well, one of the big things that we do is, during the summer, we have groups of 50 young adults come in, mostly college age, some teachers that are actually already graduated, just graduated, and some people even about to enter into college. We have them come in and we just take two weeks. It’s almost like a mini master in college where we just go through point by point, subject by subject, just about every single thing under the sun.

A Product of the Product

Rick:

So, Jonathan,  you’re basically a product of the product, right? You’ve been through the leadership training that WallBuilders did. Tell us what that was like and was that the first time you really did something with WallBuilders?

Jonathan Ritchie:

It was the first time I had done something with WallBuilders. I had heard Tim speak before, but it was just like–

Rick:

Wait a minute, wait a minute, you heard Tim speak and you still came?

Jonathan Ritchie:

I know, it was a surprise. It was a surprise to me too.   

Tim:

I actually recruited him. I said, “Jon, here’s the deal, you need more of me talking so you need to come.” He’s like, “I’m not sure.” And so I really had to kind of coerce him into it. But–

Jonathan Ritchie:

Yeah, yeah.

Rick:

No, that’s great. So, you got to– you had an idea of what WallBuilders was about by hearing Tim speak and actually had some training with him at High Point, right? At that youth leadership program there?

Jonathan Ritchie:

That’s right.

Rick:

Okay, so you knew what you were getting into. Now that you’ve been through that, and you came, and you got to spend that time, tell us what it was like once you got there.

Jonathan Ritchie:

It’s basically set up like a mini master in college. So it’s two weeks and we go in and we just learn about anything you can think of. The ins and outs, the ups and downs of it, and it’s really almost like a– for somebody who’s already heard a little bit. It’s really like an ammo supply dump where you come in and you just get a ton of information and you’re really equipped for engaging in the– today’s world.

Learning to Fight the Battles Well

Rick:

You already had an interest in that arena I guess, but this time you’re inside. You’re finding out what’s really going on in the culture war, where the battles are, where we– what we need to be learning to be able to fight those battles well.

Jonathan Ritchie:

Definitely, definitely. Speaking personally, engaging in those topics is something I was probably a little bit timid to do beforehand. Just because I didn’t know just exactly how solid of a ground that maybe conservative principles or ideas really stood on. And coming into that I know, for me, equipped me with just a comprehensive understanding of just the reason and the truth behind it all.

Rick:

What you just said is so spot on. Just last week we had George Barna on and we were talking about one of the reasons that there are such a lower and lower number of Born-Again Christians in America. And such a reduced level of evangelism where people don’t share the gospel is what you just said. There’s doubt, basically, in our own faith and we’re not sure about, in this case, conservative principles the solid ground. Are these principles really right?

So you kind of had that going in your head. Even though you knew a lot of these principles, you still were wondering, is this really right? Is this true? Will this actually work?

The Difference Between Knowing Truth and Knowing How to Explain It

Jonathan Ritchie:

And maybe not even if they’re true. Because there’s a difference between knowing that something is true and knowing how to explain that it is. And to prove it to somebody who is completely antithetical to it. And so that’s something I think that the program really does well is it takes you to that next level of understanding something. To where you can then turn around and you’re equipped to walk through that process with somebody else.

Tim:

And, Rick, let me throw out too, so one of the things that was– when we started this at WallBuilders several years ago, now we’re partnering with Mercury One where we’re doing a collaboration on this. But when we started years ago at WallBuilders, I had been a youth pastor for a lot of years. And my heart as a youth pastor was I wanted to do discipleship with the students in my youth group. We weren’t trying to do a hot dog party, or a pizza party, or a bounce house party every single youth group and give the gospel message. I was trying to take kids who wanted to know more about the gospel, who wanted to know more about Biblical truth and disciple them in that.

And so a lot of what this program does follows kind of the heart of discipleship. Even from a Christian perspective, but it does it with Biblical apologetics, it does it with history, with government, with a lot of these core principles that WallBuilders speaks about, and talks about, and promotes. And so the idea is not, we want to take these critics and skeptics who hate America, and hate these things, and bring them in and convince them they’re wrong. It’s exactly like Jonathan is talking about where somebody says, “Hey, you know, I’m kind of on your page and I believe what you’re saying, but I want to know how can I defend this? What really is truth?”

Willing to Speak, But Needing to Know How

Tim:

One of the things that George Barna talks about is that, generally, conservatives are not very willing to speak out about issues because they don’t feel like they can speak to it well. And so part of what we want to do is say, “Hey, here’s the foundation, here’s what truth looks like, here’s how you communicate it.”

Hopefully enable them to go back and so, if they’re still in college, in their college class and know how to address a professor, and ask questions, and how to engage content, know how to engage friends.  So as I’m even hearing Jonathan now, to me, this is such a great testimony that it– not converting someone who didn’t already believe, but helping equip him–

Rick:

Yeah.

Tim:

–to be able to communicate the truth that he already had an inkling to know what was right.

David:

And, Rick, I jump on that too because in watching over these two weeks as things happen, folks come in, and these young people come in, and they sit there, and they learn. And they come in generally kind of conservative inclined or libertarian inclined, but certainly not hardcore, social, progressive left. But then about day three I just watch light bulbs start clicking on and it’s like there’s a whole atmosphere change.

There’s a confidence level that starts to emerge and just an assurance that starts coming out. And it really is interesting to see that transformation occur about the third day and the rest of the two weeks it’s, man, it’s like they’re getting stronger and bolder every day.  It’s just really fun to watch.

Tim:

And, guys, let me let me throw out one more thought too. So, one of the things Jonathan and I have talked about is, when Jotham was starting to do things with WallBuilders, he even heard things from college professors who said, “Hey, you need to be careful of those WallBuilders people because, you know, whether it’s fake history or whatever.”

And so, Jonathan, and now you’ve been involved, you’ve done things with us. You did this in a leadership training program. You’ve actually helped do research projects with us. So, how has your thinking been impacted having done projects with us or having done this leadership training?  Considering what your professor said of, “You need to be wary of these guys going in.”

Standard of Research So Much Higher Than College

Jonathan Ritchie:

Looking back at it I kind of laugh because I know the– on the things that we do, and the things that I participate on, our standard of research is higher than it ever was for me in college doing papers for them. So, it’s kind of laughable looking back at it and how people will sit up, and even the good professors will sit up, and kind of have this illusion of the ivory tower mindset coming into it. And doing it yourself and seeing the ins and outs of it, you just can’t help but kind of chuckle.

Rick:

Let’s take a quick break. We’ll be right back. Jonathan Ritchie is our guest today and we’re talking about leadership and training the next generation. Tim put it so well – it’s literally about equipping them. It’s about creating the tools that they need and getting them trained so that they can be champions out there in the culture.

We’ll find out more when we come back. You’re listening to WallBuilders Live.

Biographical Sketches

Hi friends! This is Tim Barton of WallBuilders.This is a time when most Americans don’t know much about American history or even heroes of the faith. I know, oftentimes as parents, we’re trying to find good content for our kids to read.

If you remember back in the Bible, the Book of Hebrews it has the Faith Hall of Fame, where they outlined the leaders of faith that had gone before them. Well,, this is something that as Americans we really want to go back and outline some of these heroes not just of American history, but heroes of Christianity and our faith as well.

I wanted to let you know about some biographical sketches we have available on our website. One is called, “The Courageous Leaders Collection” and this collection includes people like Abigail Adams, Abraham Lincoln, Francis Scott Key, George Washington Carver, Susanna Wesley, even the Wright brothers.

There’s a second collection called, “Heroes of History” in this collection you read about people like Benjamin Franklin, Christopher Columbus, Daniel Boone, George Washington, Harriet Tubman, the list goes on and on.

This is a great collection for your young person to have and read. And it’s a providential view of American and Christian history. This is available at WallBuilders.com.

Rick:

Welcome back to WallBuilders Live. Thanks for staying with us today. Jonathan Ritchie, our guest today, Jonathan has been working at WallBuilders now on this leadership program, but he first came through the training. And, Tim, Jonothan, did you tell me that was two weeks that you initially came in for?

Jonathan Ritchie:

Two weeks. Yeah, yeah.

Tim:

So, Jonathan actually came to the first leadership training. We did two last summer and he came to the first one. And when the second was coming up he said, “Hey, do you guys need help? Can I come back and hang out and be around?”

And so we said, “Well, yes, we would love to have you come back and hang out and be around.” And so he came back and helped and did. And actually, when he came back the second time, we put him to work during some of the sessions, doing some transcribing of original letters, and original documents, doing some research on some of the things. We get things in on basically a weekly basis, some new documents and items. And so Jonathan was helping at that point do that, and really enjoyed it, and actually did a very, very, good job–

Transcribing Old Documents

David:

By the way, he told me something today about. Tell me what you said about transcribing one of those letters.

Jonathan Ritchie:

That second week we got in a letter from a pastor for Abraham Lincoln. And, I mean, back in college, so I studied Greek, Latin, Hebrew, and so read some of those original manuscripts. And that letter from Lincoln’s pastor was literally the hardest thing I’ve ever looked at to read and understand.

Tim:

And it wasn’t because he had bad penmanship.

Jonathan Ritchie:

No, it definitely was because he had bad penmanship.

Tim:

Oh, okay.

Jonathan Ritchie:

It was horrible. It was terrible.

Tim:

It was like reading a different language in English.

Jonathan Ritchie:

I can read Egyptian hieroglyphics – not gonna do that one.

Rick:

Jonathan, don’t feel bad. I used to always whine a little bit as I was getting through the Federalist Papers and David would always remind me, “Hey, Rick, no problem. Don’t worry about it. That was written for the average upstate New York farmer at the time.”

David:

Yeah.

Rick:

I felt like, you know, great. Okay. So, I feel your pain, bro.

Three Leadership Trainings this Year

David:

What I really enjoy out of this is all these young people come through and Tim mentioned we had two last year and we’re coming up, we’ll have at least three this year. And so folks who are interested, go to WallBuilders.com and look for leadership training. And you can sign up there for that, and you’ll see the dates there, and you can choose the dates.

But what I’ve really enjoyed is the fact that, Jonathan, you know after you went through both those sessions you guys have kind of created your own little groups. And the way you’re talking with each other, and these GroupMe kind of things.

Or somebody will say, “Hey, here’s what my professor said.” And everybody else will chime in and say, “Well, here–”  I mean, share some of that stuff.

Jonathan Ritchie:

Yeah, we all keeping contact, even from both groups throughout the summer. And whenever something comes up, something happens on, or they’re talking to a friend, they’ll just pop on and be like, “Hey, they just said, they just made this claim, I don’t have a second to check it out. Do you guys know anything about it?”

And you all of a sudden have 50 people who all went through the same experience with you and have their own experiences and own knowledge bases behind it to back you up on that. And we’ve had other people come in saying and talking to us with what their professors say.  Even the professors who weren’t there are coming back and telling people who went through it that the papers that they’re putting out are some of the best papers they’ve ever seen. Talking about things from angles that they’ve never thought of and just on a next level.

Rick:

How would you describe, Jonathan, the goal for other students that might be interested in this? And coming in and spending two weeks or one or the other leadership programs that are going to be available in 2018. What would you tell them about the opportunity to be able to actually be in the arena like this, to actually be participating in the things going on at the library and the other things that we’re doing?

There’s Nothing That Replaces Community

Jonathan Ritchie:

Well, there’s no replacement for being there. Iron sharpens iron and being able to come in, and having that community there, is so different. I know a lot of people who came from up north from Pennsylvania and stuff. They haven’t sat or talked to somebody who shared their belief system in years. And so coming in, there is nothing that replaces community.

And also, you get to come in and you get to look at the artifacts themselves. You get to come over and have a tour at the WallBuilders Library. I know we got to go over and hang out at the Blaze a little bit and see what they got. And you go in, and wake up early in the morning, go in and kind of sitting on their radios sessions. So, you really get a grab bag of experiences that are extremely helpful and beneficial.

Rick:

So, as we’re talking about what people would be interested in coming to do, what kind of folks are, what would they need to have, Tim, to apply for something like this if they want to come spend those weeks with us in that leadership training?

Tim:

Rick, the most important thing that we look for in applications is someone that wants to learn, and specifically, wants to pursue truth. We’re not trying to bring in people that want to have confrontation, that want to prove that they’re smarter than somebody in the room.

Ultimately, the two things we try to accomplish is, we try, as Jonathan mentioned, what this group– or really from both sessions last summer, that have stayed together. Communication, contact, that are encouraging each other, that are kind of being an iron sharpening iron each other. We want to provide an atmosphere that is very pro relational of them getting to be friends, of them, connecting, and getting to hang out.

And so that ultimately, we want them to be in a place where they feel like there’s some camaraderie that they’re not the only ones. We had students from 26-27 different states last year. And many of them came in saying, “Okay, guys, on my campus I am the only one that thinks conservative thoughts like this of all the people around me. This is amazing. I’ve never been in a room with 50 other people that think the same way.”

And especially for us being in the south and the Bible Belt, that’s a very unusual thought. But we’re seeing that certainly more and more from a lot of universities and campuses where this is just unusual. And so, we want to provide that relational aspect, but then we want to pour into them in a mentorship fashion. As we mentioned at the beginning of the program, one of the things Millennials are looking for is someone to disciple and mentor them. They love that connection where someone can pour into their life.

Good Soil

Tim:

And so we want people to come in that want to be mentored, that want to be discipled, and specifically, want to pursue truth. It’s okay to challenge the narrative, whoever’s talking. We’re not intimidated by questions, we’re not intimidated by people going, “Now, wait a second, are you sure about that because I thought this?” That’s fine as long as we’re asking honest questions in pursuit of what’s real or what’s true.

And so of the 27 states that we had represented, we had some people that were artists, we had some people that were in kind of an entertainment industry.  We had some that were in grad school, some that had their masters.   We had one who was already a high school history teacher and then we just had a lot in college.

And ultimately, what we’re looking for in the application is someone who wants to come, and grow, and learn, because those are the people that we want to invest in. That’s what Jesus talked about. That’s the good soil that you’re looking for. And we just want to help young people be able to know how to pursue truth, know how to look for truth, and to identify it, and then how to defend it once you’ve found it.

Rick:

And for folks that maybe can’t come and do the two weeks, or there’s not enough time in their life to do that, but want to come alongside us and help train some of those leaders for this next generation. And frankly, the current generation, they could go to the website and donate to that, right? They can help sponsor students or just give to WallBuilders because this does cost to be able to put on a program like this.

Leadership Training Program

Tim:

It does. They absolutely can help sponsor kids to come. This is something, we charge very minimal for kids to get there. We don’t charge much at all, but nonetheless, for a college kid, it is an expense whether they’re flying in or driving in. And they’ve got to find– there are hotels that give us good deals, but they’re still having to pay to stay somewhere.

You definitely can help sponsor them. Help get them there, impact and shape, change, the next generation. Again more information is at WallBuilders.com. If you want to go to WallBuilders.com whether you want to sign up if you’re in that 18 to 25-year range or if you even want to go and donate and you want to help sponsor someone to come. It is the Leadership Training Program.

So, WallBuilders.com, Leadership Training Program.

Rick:

Jonathan, thanks for joining us today and being a great example of this. Folks, if you want to find out more, be sure and hit that website today. Thank you for listening today. You’ve been listening to WallBuilders Live.

2018-01-19T12:07:12+00:00 January 8th, 2018|Education & Schools|1 Comment

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  1. Sebastien Porsenna January 11, 2018 at 7:57 am - Reply

    Thank you so much guys this podcast answered all my questions.

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