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Scott Murphy

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Isaiah 53, Scott Murphy

Cornerstone Community Fellowship

4 Apr 2021

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Isaiah 7-8, Scott Murphy

Cornerstone Community Fellowship

Join us as we study through the book of Isaiah.

10 Jan 2021

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Isaiah 3-6, Scott Murphy

Cornerstone Community Fellowship

Join us as we study through the book of Isaiah.

1hr 3mins

3 Jan 2021

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Ep. 65 - That's Not Our Podcast! w/ Scott Murphy (Part 1)

Bloodhound Pix Podcast

In our first edition of "That's Not Our Podcast", Scott Murphy, host of the podcast New Horror Express, joins Kyle and Craig to count down his Top 5 Guilty Pleasure Horror Films.   New Horror Express Twitter: @newhorrorexp   Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bloodhoundpix Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BloodhoundPix/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BloodhoundPix Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloodhoundpix/ Produced by Craig Draheim, Josh Lee, and Kyle Hintz      Music by Raymond Seed   Editing by Kyle Hintz

31mins

27 Oct 2020

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Ep. 65 - That's Not Our Podcast! w/ Scott Murphy (Part 2)

Bloodhound Pix Podcast

In our first edition of "That's Not Our Podcast", Scott Murphy, host of the podcast New Horror Express, joins Kyle and Craig to count down his Top 5 Guilty Pleasure Horror Films. New Horror Express Twitter: @newhorrorexp Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bloodhoundpix Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BloodhoundPix/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BloodhoundPix Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloodhoundpix/ Produced by Craig Draheim, Josh Lee, and Kyle Hintz Music by Raymond Seed Editing by Kyle Hintz

34mins

27 Oct 2020

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Treating Injuries in Dances part 2 with Scott Murphy

ONLINE PHYSIO INFO PODCAST

Grab the e-book here 'Strength and Conditioning made easy in Rehabilitation' https://mailchi.mp/8cf744346a5e/strength-and-conditioning-made-easy-in-rehabilitation In this episode with Scott Murphy, we chat all about rehab in dancers and jumping injuries in general, we also talk about load progression and helping an athlete to return to sport  Challenges in rehab  Optimising load in rehab  How to manage competition demands and training  To get in touch with Mike, check him out on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mikelynaghphysio/ Twitter https://twitter.com/mike_lynagh Or Send him an email at  onlinephysioinfo@gmail.com

36mins

6 Oct 2020

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Treating Injuries in Irish Dancers Part 1 with Scott Murphy

ONLINE PHYSIO INFO PODCAST

Grab the e-book here 'Strength and Conditioning made easy in Rehabilitation' https://mailchi.mp/8cf744346a5e/strength-and-conditioning-made-easy-in-rehabilitation In this episode with Scott Murphy we discuss how to assess, manage and treat injuries commonly seen in dancers.  We chat about  What to look out for in an assessment  Focusing on the history of the athlete  How to tailor workloads during an injury  How to manage training loads  To get in touch with Mike, check him out on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mikelynaghphysio/ Twitter https://twitter.com/mike_lynagh Or Send him an email  onlinephysioinfo@gmail.com 

27mins

13 Sep 2020

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Ephesians 3, Scott Murphy

Cornerstone Community Fellowship

Join us as we study through the book of Ephesians.

16 Aug 2020

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Leadership Opportunities & Obstacles in a Time of Ambiguity with Scott Murphy

Phenomenal Teaching with PEBC

Scott Murphy and Michelle Jones discuss the opportunities and obstacles that all school leaders are facing as the 20-21 school year begins to take shape.  Scott shares his thoughts about critical core dispositions for leaders to hold during a time of crisis, ways to create community and purpose for school teams, and instructional practices that will support all learners as we navigate a time of great ambiguity.  Scott believes in the capacity of school leaders, teachers, students and families, and those beliefs are evident as he shares practical ways to lead and support with the heads, hearts, and hands of individuals in mind.  Scott Murphy, PEBC's Director of Leadership, is passionate about about the role of educational leadership plays in creating classrooms, schools, and systems that cultivate agency, equity, and understanding for students, teachers, and leaders.  Scott is well known for his blogs about leadership and facilitation, his development of the Futures Protocol, and his dynamic seminars and institutes.  When Scott is not working in schools you might find him rock climbing, cycling, playing his guitar, or talking to his garden.

32mins

7 Jul 2020

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Those Who Write the Rules, Win - An Interview with Scott Murphy

Blunt Force Truth

On this episode of Blunt Force Truth, Chuck and Mark are joined by Scott Murphy. They discuss what we need to do to see term limitspassed at the federal level.  Today’s show rundown:  · Antifa’s involvement with the ongoing riots  · The Democratic party’s long history with radical and violent groups  · The negative impacts from the shutdowns that we are already seeing  · The Democratic party’s deep ties with the Communist party  · How we can get term limits approved with bipartisan support  · What you can do to help get federal term limits passed  · How term limits could benefit bureaucrats and lobbyists   More about Scott Murphy:  Scott is a lifelong resident of McLean County who currently lives in Bloomington IL. He is married to Dr. Jan Murphy, the Provost atIllinois State University where she has served as a faculty member and administrator for over 30 years. Scott has twin step-children. Myles is a CPA in Chicago. Maggie is a product design specialist at Purina in S. Louis.   Scott was born in McLean, Illinois, and attended Ben Funk Grade School and Olympia High School. He graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1980 with a B.S. in Business Administration and has been farming in the McLean area since 1982. He has been involved in agriculture in McLean County his entire life. From 1979 to 2002 he contracted with area seed companies to organize detassling crews, employing hundreds of local youth and young adults. From 1990 to 2004, Scott also owned and operated facilities in Shirley and Wapella Illinois to provide custom drying of seed corn to larger companies. In 1999, Scott established his current business, Scott Murphy and Associates (www.seedequipment.com), selling used equipment to the seed industry in over 25 countries worldwide. In 2019 he sold his business.  Scott and Jan are active members of Trinity Lutheran Church, and Scott has been a member of the board of the Children’s Home and Aid Society in Bloomington since 2006. He served as a volunteer wrestling coach at Olympia High School from 1989 to 1995, and is still an active volunteer in the McLean County wrestling community. Scott is also an active supporter of local FFA organizations. Scott and Jan are avid Illinois State University Redbird fans and supporters and are members of the University’s Courtsiders Club, providing financial and academic support to women’s basketball team members.   Scott holds a divemaster in SCUBA from the Professional Association of Diving Instructors. He holds a private pilot certificate. He is licensed to purchase possess and detonate high explosives. He holds an advanced belt in Tae Know Do and has fought mixed martial arts. He has ridden bulls in rodeos and jumped from airplanes.  Scott currently belongs to the following organizations:  Farm Bureau  American Seed Trade Association  Independent Professional Seed Association  Professional Association of Diving Instructors  Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association  Society of Explosive Engineers  Connect with Scott Murphy:  Website:

1hr 1min

8 Jun 2020

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