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Podcast Ep 8: Storms and the Pastor’s Home (with Brett Schultz)

Before You Quit

Brett Schultz grew up in a pastor’s home and he’s actually a normal kid. Pastors try as best they can to assure their children do not grow up with the common stigmas that come with being a PK (Pastor’s Kid). The pressure to represent the family well can be a heavy burden for any child of a ministry parent. While most pastors and missionaries do a great job protecting their children from these burdens, there are some things that are beyond their control. Brett is my son, and he’s often told me that we did well allowing him to be a normal kid, but there were somethings we could not protect him from. I sat down with Brett and talked about what it was like to struggle through cancer, and how this, along with the loss of his older brother to cancer, and his mothers struggle to recover from brain cancer, shaped an indelible faith that could only have been forged in the fires of suffering. He’ll tell you he would not be who is today, doing what he’s doing, had it not been for these trials. Brett works as writer and producer for Student Life Ministries and lives in Birmingham, Alabama. Brett is also founder of an Improv Team called The 2’nd Funniest Guys You’ve Ever Met. If you are interested in inviting Brett and his team to your church, you can go his website here.   The ‘2nd Funniest Guys’ provide quick-witted, outrageous improv comedy. Each show, based off audience members’ personal stories and suggestions, will bring laughter and energy, leading to a memorable experience for your group. Whether it be for your student gathering, DNOW, or Senior Sunday School Ice Cream Social these guys are sure to bring the excitement and hilarity your group has been waiting for.  The post Podcast Ep 8: Storms and the Pastor’s Home (with Brett Schultz) appeared first on Before You Quit.


5 Aug 2020

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1. Brett Schultz: Tilt Your Head

Mine the Gap

Brett Schultz is a Brooklyn, NY based Comedian, Host and Actor. He is active in the NYC comedy scene where he performs regularly at the People's Improv Theatre and produces digital shorts that have accumulated over 12 million views by his 235k followers on social media. Brett views comedy as a way to alleviate tension in pointing out truth and helping people laugh about the hard stuff. Brett joins us to share why your point of view matters and how to leverage your perspective to create something new. You can find Brett — and all his hilarious content — on Tik Tok, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.

1hr 10mins

9 Jun 2020

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Listening to Leaders

Brett Schultz is an actor and comedian who currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. In this episode, Brett shares his journey and the path that God has led him on. Brett also shares how he is able to continually trust in his talents and in who God has made him to be, and where God is calling him.To see some of Brett's content, visit his instagram page; @bretttheastronaut


25 Apr 2020

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Fight Club - Brett Schultz


Mary and Julie invite improvisers, storytellers and friends to recount the plots of some of the most famous movies and TV shows. The twist? They’ve only ever seen the last 90 seconds. Listen as guests butcher the plots of some of the most beloved stories of all time.

1hr 1min

25 Nov 2019

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Episode 1: Women on the Plinth, Brett Schultz and Francisco Cordero-Oceguera, and Michael Ned Holte on MFAs

The Carla Podcast

This is a packed episode with conversations ranging from politics in art, all-women exhibitions, art fairs and alternative gallery structures, and the benefits (and hardships) of getting an MFA. Hosted by Lindsay Preston Zappas Writer's Room:Lindsay is joined by Carla contributing editor, Aaron Horst, to talk with Catherine Wagley about her recent Carla article, "Women on the Plinth." We talk through issues of politics, gender, and war in art, before talking about some of the problematic aspects of all-women exhibitions. L.A.-at-Large Lindsay talks with Brett Schultz (BWSMX Gallery) and Francisco Cordero-Oceguera (Lodos Gallery) about their history in the art scene in Mexico city as well as the story behind their recent L.A.-based collective gallery, Ruberta. Dear Carla Michael Ned Holte comes in to answer our intern's question: "Why did I just get my MFA?"


30 Sep 2017