As our Digital Marketing Strategy Lead at MillerKnoll, Chris Coleman has been helping Ryan Anderson answer questions from customers wondering whether they should start hosting meetings or other work functions in the metaverse. These questions get asked so often that Ryan invited Chris to join him on the podcast to share a digestible explainer of all things metaverse—or, as Chris prefers to refer to it, Web3. If you've ever found yourself lost in conversations about blockchains, NFTs, virtual reality, and the like, Chris breaks it all down and explains what it means to the future of business and our lives. For more insight into the future of life and business, check out our POV on the future of work: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/designing-better-tomorrow-millerknoll/.
We live in a world where right is wrong and wrong is right. The implication of this moral exchange is far-reaching and devastating. David and Aaron will discuss the power of the gospel and how the grace family should prepare to live in an increasingly hostile society. Resource Links: You Are Not Your Own by Alan Noble https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08WP8MSK5/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_9ZGF8JSQ2G1Q8QZP3TE4?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Why God Makes Sense In A World That Doesn't by Gavin Ortlund https://www.amazon.com/dp/1540964094/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_DQDR9154YQ6K8WE0ZT0W 10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask About Christianity by Rebecca McLaughlin https://www.amazon.com/dp/1433571668/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_DDEA0JJZ077ZTJ9YYFK5 When Harry Became Sally by Ryan Anderson https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/when-harry-became-sally-ryan-anderson/1125792437 Sex Scandal by Ashley McGuire https://www.amazon.com/dp/1621575810/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_Z1ZSJ4BPYC3XKS6E6792 The Magnify Podcast is a production of Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, CA. For more information about service times and events, head to our website www.gracebaptist.org.
Deuce and Mo start the podcast talking about 916 day and their favorite things about Sacramento and they discuss nerves for the upcoming Kings season. Former NBA player and Sacramento native Ryan Anderson joins the podcast and talks about why he didn't sign with the Kings, his love for Sacramento and the Kings, the pressures of signing a big deal, dealing with tragedy and his bond for Monty Williams and they talk about the movie he's involved with and how he scored music for the film called "Waiting on the World" premiering September 24th at Crest Theatre.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Steelers added an outside linebacker to the roster – former second round pick Ryan Anderson. Tomlin Takes – The guys broke down the Mike Tomlin press conference today. With an injury to Najee Harris, would Tomlin be smarter going with Jaylen Warren? PFF had Minkah Fitzpatrick rated as the 7th best safety in the NFL, again showing they are the be-all, end-all of professional football position rankings. Former Steeler Arthur Moats joined the show. Arthur dove right into TJ Watt and his pec injury. He said there should be some caution over the pectoral injury, speaking from experience that he wasn't ready to go when the initial timetable said he was. Arthur believes he could come back in 6 weeks, but he may not be bringing the same impact that he usually does. The guys asked Arthur a few players the Steelers could lean on in the short-term with Watt out. Dee Ford was the name Arthur brought up that could be a true impact player from outside of the organization. Arthur said we, as fans/viewers, can't expect the disruption caused by this defense without Watt in the lineup.
On this episode of Searching for Medicine's Soul, Aaron is joined by EPPC President Ryan T. Anderson and Fellow Alexandra DeSanctis. Ryan and Alexandra's expert testimony from years of work in the pro-life movement and co-authorship of Tearing Us Apart: Why Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing sheds light on the philosophical and medical grounds for the pro-life cause, common pro-abortion objections including the famous fetal violinist argument, and how the handling of the abortion issue has hurt public life in America in the last fifty years. See also: Tearing Us Apart: Why Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing
Jamestown Kiwanian Katie Ryan-Anderson joined us to talk about their live pie auction on Sept. 8 that is raising money for Kiwanis Against Hunger. The event has packed over 1 million meals to feed hungry families locally.
It's another jam-packed Friday episode of the LA Football Show live at The LINE Hotel in Koreatown! Jamal Madni and Ryan Dyrud are joined by Rams Beat Writer Ryan Anderson to chat about the buffet of football happening this weekend. First, UCLA hosts Bowling Green at the Rose Bowl on Saturday morning. What are the expectations and what players should show out? Then, USC hosts Rice at the Coliseum. What will the beginning of the Lincoln Riley era look like? The Lost Angeles Rams don't play until next Thursday, but Ryan Anderson provides some insight into the team, and what expectations can be for this upcoming season. Tune in! Text LAFB to 31032 to join our exclusive community! Tune in and subscribe to the LA Football Podcast wherever you get your podcasts and on YouTube! Social Media: @RyanDyrudLAFB | @LAFBJamz | @LAFBNetwork Sponsors: TickPick is the official ticket partner of the LA Football Network: https://www.tickpick.com/LAFB All Episode Links: Apple Podcasts | Amazon Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | iHeartRadio | Pocket Casts | RadioPublic | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Player FM | YouTube
In this episode, we listen in on an insightful conversation featuring two representatives of the Ronald Blue Trust Houston office, private wealth advisor, Ryan Anderson, and financial planner, Blake Mankin. Together, they discuss frequently asked financial questions and concerns, such as how to teach your kids about money, what it means to be a good steward, how to have peace in your marriage with finances, and much more. Get your pen and paper ready as Ryan and Blake give some helpful tips on financial planning.To learn more visit RonBlue.comChristian Financial AdvisorsSUBSCRIBE today!Join us on our YouTube Channel or wherever you listen to podcasts.YouTubeFacebookLinkedInAppleSpotifyAmazoniHeartRadioThe information in these podcasts is provided for general educational purposes only. It is not intended as specific individual advice. The clients' experience may not be representative of the experience of other clients and they are also not indicative of future performance or success. Opinions expressed may not be those of Ronald Blue Trust.Trust and investment management accounts and services offered by Ronald Blue Trust, Inc. are not insured by the FDIC or any other federal government agency, are not deposits or other obligations of, nor guaranteed by any bank or bank affiliate, and are subject to investment risk, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.
A Nebraska woman has violated the state's pro-life law and is facing felony charges – we discuss with Chelsea Youman of Human Coalition. She also shares details of a potential recount of the Value Them Both amendment vote in Kansas. Elizabeth Kirk of the Charlotte Lozier Institute shares insights into why she thinks the Value them Both amendment failed. Edie Heipel is the new political correspondent at Catholic News Agency, she joins us to share about her latest reporting on abortion and other relevant topics to American Catholics. Lady Gaga shamefully promotes her pro-abortion views at a concert in Washington D.C. Prudence Robertson Speaks Out against her and other pro-death pop stars. A new book, “Tearing Us Apart,” by Ryan Anderson and Alexandra DeSanctis exposes the reality of abortion and uses hard-hitting facts to promote life. EWTN Pro-life Weekly with Prudence Robertson airs every Thursday night at 10 PM ET and re-airs on Sundays at 10:30am ET and Tuesdays at 1:30pm ET.
On this week's episode, we chat with Craig Robinson, Chief Growth Officer at flexible workplace provider, Industrious. With more than 20 years of experience in the commercial real estate business, Craig helps organizations to be more innovative in their approach to real estate by expanding their concept of "workplace" and providing greater employee choice while managing costs and risk. Join host Ryan Anderson and Craig as they discuss ways to support optionality, flexibility, and environments that promote belonging and purpose. For more content geared to help organizations prepare for the future of work, visit https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/designing-better-tomorrow-millerknoll/.
This is one of my favorite episodes! My guest is Ryan Anderson who played 12 years in the NBA. Ryan grew up in El Dorado Hills, CA and won a high school state championship at Arco Arena, his Senior year of high school. We start off talking about family life as Ryan is now the father of a one- and three-year-old. Ryan talks about growing up in California and being drafted in the first round by New Jersey. He shares a funny story of his mom on draft night. Ryan then discusses the impact Monty Williams has had on his life. The now Phoenix Suns coach was there for Ryan when his girlfriend committed suicide when Ryan played for New Orleans. Ryan goes into great detail the pain he suffered and how the suicide of his girlfriend changed his life. We then talk about how Ryan was there for Monty when he lost his wife in an automobile accident. I then asked Ryan if he had any regrets looking back at his NBA career and gives a very interesting response regarding his time with the Houston Rockets. We close the interview by talking about Sacramento, his winning the high school title and what's next in his life! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Garrett Snedeker and JWI Intern Sarah Merly sit down with Ryan Anderson, President of EPPC and JWI Fellowship Faculty member, to discuss how Abortion has impacted our culture and political discourse. They analyze how the Dobbs decision may play out in the years ahead.
On the latest LA Football Show, Dan Wolkenstein of Chargers Unleashed joins Ryan Dyrud to give a detailed update from Los Angeles Chargers camp. Then, Rams Beat writer, Ryan Anderson, joins Ryan to give an in-depth update from Los Angeles Rams camp. Finally, Ryan breaks down everything that happened at USC Trojans media day. Join the conversation by texting LAFB to 31032 Tune in and subscribe to the LA Football Podcast wherever you get your podcasts and on YouTube! Social Media: @RyanDyrudLAFB | @LAFBJamz | @LAFBNetwork Sponsors: TickPick is the official ticket partner of the LA Football Network: https://www.tickpick.com/LAFB LA Football Show: Chargers Camp Update With Dan Wolkenstein, Rams Camp Update From Ryan Anderson, USC Media Day All Episode Links: Apple Podcasts | Amazon Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | iHeartRadio | Pocket Casts | RadioPublic | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Player FM | YouTube
Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri is dead. Raymond Ibrahim has more. Also, Thomas Kidd looks at the complicated legacy of Thomas Jefferson. Billy Atwell discusses how Catholic media can bring light to the darkness, and Ryan Anderson looks at how Abortion tears apart society at all levels.
Welcome back to Roadcase for this Part 2 of a three-part Special Interview Series from Newport Folk Festival, which took place July 22-24 in Newport, Rhode Island!! We're super psyched to continue to present these EPIC artist interviews -- and for this Part 2 installment, we're elated to have sat down on the couch for up-close and personal interviews with Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes, with Cassandra Jenkins and with Ryan Anderson of Bendigo Fletcher. As Day 2 opens at the Festival, the sets were coming in hot, and the conversation flowed easily -- we talk collaborations, latest releases and about what Newport Festival means to each artist and how their creative lives have been shaped by live performance. So let's head out to the Media Tent in the middle of Fort Adams to learn more about what these artists have on their minds during this historic festival. Enjoy, and stay tuned for the final installment, Part 3, coming up later this week!!To learn even more about these extraordinary artists click the below links:Dawes: https://dawestheband.com/Cassandra Jenkins: https://cassandrajenkins.com/Bendigo Fletcher: https://www.bendigofletcher.com/ For more information about Roadcase Podcast click here: https://linktr.ee/roadcasepod and https://www.roadcasepod.comContact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTheme music: "Eugene (Instrumental)" by Waltzer
In this episode of the LA Football Show, Ryan and Jamal discuss Los Angeles Chargers Training Camp Day 1. How did Khalil Mack look? What was the vibe from the fans? Then, LAFB Rams Beat Writer, Ryan Anderson, joins the show to discuss expectations from Rams camp. How many receivers will the Rams keep on the roster? Who seizes control of the running back room? Finally, Ryan and Jamal discuss the preseason PAC12 All-Conference rankings for USC and UCLA, plus some chatter about PAC12 media day! Join the conversation by texting LAFB to 31032 Tune in and subscribe to the LA Football Podcast wherever you get your podcasts and on YouTube! Social Media: @RyanDyrudLAFB | @LAFBJamz | @LAFBNetwork Sponsors: TickPick is the official ticket partner of the LA Football Network: https://www.tickpick.com/LAFB All Episode Links: Apple Podcasts | Amazon Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | iHeartRadio | Pocket Casts | RadioPublic | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Player FM | YouTube
The most common response from pro-abortion advocates since Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court is misinformation. One of the most common pieces of misinformation that's been floated by media outlets, politicians, and cultural commentators alike is that certain pro-life laws triggered by the Dobbs decision place the lives of pregnant women at risk, especially those facing an ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage. These pro-life laws are not clear, the argument goes, so doctors could face legal reprisals for offering the life-saving treatments that women with at-risk pregnancies need. In some versions of this scenario, hospitals and doctors are frozen with fear and confusion, unsure of what they can and cannot do. However, as Alexandra DeSanctis wrote recently at National Review, “This is simply not the case.” What her article offers is exactly what pro-lifers need to answer this pro-abortion talking point, and exactly what the title promises: “How Every State Pro-Life Law Handles Ectopic Pregnancy and Miscarriage.” Here's the summary of what DeSanctis' deep dive into state law revealed: Abortion supporters have argued that state abortion limits aren't clear about whether these types of health care are permitted—and they have argued that, as a result of this supposed lack of clarity, doctors have declined to perform necessary and potentially life-saving procedures out of fear of reprisal from officials enforcing state pro-life laws. This is simply not the case. If doctors are doing so—and abortion supporters have offered little evidence of a systemic problem in this regard—it is the fault of the doctors themselves, not the fault of the pro-life laws, which are eminently clear. The pro-life worldview has always held that both lives matter, that of the mother and that of her unborn child. It is always permissible to act to care for a pregnant mother whose life is at risk. Neither miscarriage care nor treatment for ectopic pregnancy has anything to do with an induced-abortion procedure, which intentionally kills an unborn child. Every successful elective abortion has a single aim: to end the life of the child growing in his or her mother's womb. What's more, medical professionals acknowledge that induced abortion is never medically necessary to treat a pregnant mother; modern medicine can treat the mother without intentionally killing the child. For instance, miscarriage care treats a woman whose unborn child has already died, and ectopic-pregnancy treatment removes an unborn child who cannot develop or survive, in order to save the life of the mother. Neither of these types of health care bears any resemblance to directly and intentionally killing the child. The only people confused about this—or pretending to be confused—are supporters of abortion on demand. And their aim is clear: to cause confusion for the sake of undermining pro-life laws. To put a fine point on the issue: Until just last week, even the website of Planned Parenthood explicitly stated that ectopic-pregnancy treatment is not an abortion. But then the abortion business erased that clarifying information in an effort to perpetuate the tide of misinformation, intentionally blurring the lines between actual health care aimed at saving a mother's life and abortion procedures, which intend to cause the death of an unborn child. DeSanctis then provides a summary and a quote of the relevant portion of the law from every state in question: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. I highly recommend that you read the whole thing, especially if you encounter this particular talking point that has been repeated so often that many have begun to actually believe it. And I recommend Alexandra DeSanctis' book, co-authored with Dr. Ryan Anderson, Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing. In it, Anderson and DeSanctis describe what's really behind this particular talking point. Legalized abortion has taught us to see the God-given and good ability to procreate as a barrier to full humanness as women. Along the way, fertility is treated as a problem to be overcome, not a good thing to be embraced. If Christians are going to build a culture of life, we must understand all the ways in which this legal travesty poisoned our understanding of life, sex, marriage, and children. That's what Tearing Us Apart offers: the understanding we need to continue to uphold the dignity of life. I think this book is so very important right now. For a gift of any amount this month, I will send you a copy of Tearing Us Apart by Alexandra DeSanctis and Ryan Anderson. Just go to breakpoint.org/give before the end of July.
Season 2 rolls on with a visit from Samantha Fisher, Head of Dynamic Work at Okta, an identity and access management company that's actually expanding its number of offices even though it does not require its 5,000-plus employees to come into the office. In an insightful conversation with host Ryan Anderson, Sam breaks down the implications of enforcing a standard eight-hour workday and shares how a dynamic work schedule and environment encourages productivity, equity, and empowerment. For more content geared to help organizations prepare for the future of work, visit https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/designing-better-tomorrow-millerknoll/.
In 2016, psychologist Dr. Peter Langman compiled biographical data on 56 American school shooters. He found that 82% had grown up in dysfunctional family situations, usually without two biological parents at home. The trend has sadly continued. The shooter in Uvalde, Texas, hadn't lived with his father in years. The Sandy Hook shooter hadn't seen his father in the two years leading up to that massacre. Last month, new research from the Institute for Family Studies demonstrated, once again, how important fathers are, especially for boys. For example, boys growing up without their dads are only half as likely to graduate from college as their peers who live with dad at home. Strikingly, those numbers remain steady even after controlling for other factors such as race, income, and general IQ. Boys without a dad at home are also almost twice as likely to be “idle” in their late twenties, defined as neither working nor in school, and are significantly more likely to have been arrested or incarcerated by the time they turn 35. These are only a few of the data points which demonstrate that fatherlessness is one of the most pressing crises our culture is facing. Why doesn't our culture talk more about this? One reason is that this crisis intersects other “third rails.” Our culture got to this point via the sexual revolution, which encouraged promiscuity by redefining freedom and prioritizing autonomy over responsibility. When sex outside of marriage becomes normal, it is mostly women who are left on their own to raise the resulting children. There are other contributing factors as well, many of which were made possible by legislation. Divorce has been largely destigmatized, not in small part by making it legally easier. The legal demand for same-sex “marriage” brought with it the demand for same-sex parenting, which by definition asserts that kids do not need both a mother and a father. Certain forms of assisted reproduction likewise assert that children are less the fruit of a committed marriage than they are a commercial process. And now here we are, with 32% of American boys growing up in homes without their biological dads. If there's anything that we should learn from the grim outcomes of this social experiment, it is that dads aren't replaceable. This was true from creation, but even more so in a fallen world with each of us born with a fallen human nature. We only learn to grow from socially, emotionally, and spiritually immature children into adults so that we can live together in a healthy way by seeing healthy behavior modeled and by having unhealthy behavior corrected. Scripture passages affirm that mentoring in righteousness requires demonstration, as much or more than just explanation. Christ repeatedly told his followers to “do as He did.” When He washed His disciples' feet, He offered it as an object lesson: “I give you an example, that you also should do as I did to you.” Paul told believers in Corinth and Ephesus to be “imitators” of him, just as he was an “imitator of Christ.” In other places, Scripture even points to modelling and mimicry in sex-specific ways. In his letter to Titus, Paul instructed men to be “dignified” and “self-controlled” and to “urge the younger men to be self-controlled.” He also told the older women to “teach what is good” and to “train the younger women” to be “self-controlled,” “pure” and “kind.” That, of course, is another cultural third rail. We are so desperate to pretend sexual difference isn't built into our biological reality, we simply cannot abide the suggestion that our genders are critically important in parenting. But the numbers don't lie. As Dr. Ryan Anderson, president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, puts it, “[T]here is no such thing as ‘parenting.' There is mothering, and there is fathering—children do best with both.” Christians can challenge the growing public safety crisis that is fatherlessness, and we must start in the Church. We must affirm, in word and in action, that there are men and there are women and that both matter in parenting. We have to de-normalize absent dads, challenge men to take responsibility for their sexual choices and for their children, and fill in the gaps whenever and however necessary. No matter if our technologies and cultural dogmas pretend otherwise, every child has a father. These new statistics show, again, that every child needs their father. We have no right to deprive them of
This was an interview I did for a colleagues podcast just a couple of weeks ago. Such a tremendous experience. I dont often get to express all of the knowledge I have picked up over the years in one sitting like this! If you want to check out Ryan Anderson and his content: Insta: Ryananderson.oc 57 Minutes of pure dense, informative knowledge and wisdom. I hope you all enjoy!! -B --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brendan-davis1/support
Bob Burney turns to Ryan Anderson, author Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing, about the harder work that begins now, after the overturning of Roe v. Wade. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Christian Outlook – July 9, 2022 Don Kroah turns to Bruce Hausknecht, with Focus on the Family, to look ahead after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. John and Kathy, the Ride Home, talk with Jerry Bowyer about major corporations advertising that they'd pay for travel costs to make abortion easy, and they talk with Pittsburgh-area pastor Jay Slocum about the broad fabric of human sexuality that has been unraveling since the mid-1900s. Georgene Rice and Katie Tubb, of the Heritage Foundation, talk about another Supreme Court decision against the EPA. Tim DeMoss talks with Todd Nettleton, of The Voice of the Martyrs, about the many who are paying the ultimate price as they seek to be obedient to the Great Commission. Bob Burney turns to Ryan Anderson to talk about the harder work that begins now, after the overturning of Roe v. Wade. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The recent Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization is a decisive and historic moment in American law. Not only is a 50-year legal fiction over—that the Constitution protects the right to dismember and kill an unborn child—but so is the stranglehold that Roe v. Wade has held on American law and lawmakers. The Dobbs decision was and is a moment for celebration and thanks to God. It isn't, however, the end of legalized abortion in America. This wicked practice remains legal in most states, and the fight to make it not only illegal but unthinkable will be long and difficult. It may take generations. Abortion has (like all historic evils do) poisoned American institutions and culture. On every level, from marriage and family to medicine to our political parties, abortion both supports and is supported by a web of social evils and false beliefs that make it incredibly hard to challenge. Yet challenge it we must, because the fundamental fact of what abortion is—the destruction of an innocent human life—does not change from one state to another or because of the political party in charge. If we are to see this through, and by this I mean abortion being cast out of modern society like other historic evils, we have an awful lot of unraveling to do. Which is why a new book from Ryan Anderson and Alexandra DeSanctis is so important. This is a thorough account of the full damage abortion has done to this nation, and the beginning of how we must now proceed in the ruins of Roe. Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing prepares us to look ahead by carefully looking back. Through seven extraordinarily well-researched chapters, Anderson and DeSanctis describe the devastation abortion has left behind. Originally billed as the solution for unexpected pregnancies, social disparities between men and women, disability, and even poverty, abortion was driven, in both the medical community and in the courts, by utopian visions that have never materialized. Abortion rights were always driven by promises of liberation from the constraints that our bodies, our families, and traditional morality impose. However, rather than solving any real problems, legalized abortion made them worse while creating others: Roe v. Wade fostered a culture of death that has brutalized women, men, and children. …[It] hollows out marriage and family. It undermines the rule of law, distorts our thinking about the Constitution, and corrupts our political system. It turns healers into executioners and “women's health” into a euphemism for extermination. To highlight just one of these areas, the chapter on women and the family demonstrates how abortion “rights” undermined women's rights, instead of advanced them. In the end, modern people have been trained to think of the male body as normal and the female body as defective: Abortion treats pregnancy as a disease. Instead of accommodating women's natural capacity for childbearing and, often, natural desire for childrearing, a culture that permits abortion encourages women to behave like career-focused men. Just as infuriating, abortion “allows men to view women as always sexually available without any marital commitment or promise of stability.” Therefore, abortion on demand has distorted relations between the sexes. It convinces men that an unexpected pregnancy is not only a problem but specifically a woman's problem. After all, she could just get an abortion, couldn't she? In the process, men are incentivized to abandon their children. Worst of all, abortion “encourages mothers to view their children as antagonists” to their full thriving and participation in society. It “injects violence” into the sacred relationship between mother and child: It tells women that, at least in some cases, her child is her enemy. By striking at the heart of that most foundational human relationship, a society that allows abortion risks compromising the solidarity that binds us all together. This point—just one of so many Anderson and DeSanctis make in their book—helps outline the work that lies ahead for us in a post-Roe world. Its bad ideas are still operative and claiming victims. Understanding these deadly ideas and how to oppose them will be a crucial aspect of the battle that lies ahead for us. So much work remains to be done. This book shows the way forward. That's why we've made this an area of focused study for the month of July. For a gift of any amount to the Colson Center, we'll send you a copy of Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Poisons Everything and Solves Nothing by Dr. Ryan Anderson and Alexandra DeSanctis. You will also receive access to a new online Breakpoint course How to Make Abortion Unthinkable, featuring the book's authors, Colson Center staff, and national pro-life leaders. To give, go to Colsoncenter.org/July.
Kristin Leimgruber, Ph.D., joins us to kick off the season. Kristi is a behavioral researcher at BetterUp, the virtual coaching and mentorship platform whose science-based approach helps people thrive in the workplace. She and host Ryan Anderson link the rise in workplace burnout with the decline of our sense of social connection at work—an unintended consequence of remote work. It's an important and timely conversation—and ultimately, an optimistic one, as Kristi and Ryan explore strategies for identifying burnout and strengthening social connections across organizations. Read the Connection Crisis Insight report from BetterUp here https://grow.betterup.com/resources/build-a-culture-of-connection-report. Visit https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/designing-better-tomorrow-millerknoll/ for more content geared to help organizations thrive in the future of work.
Roe v. Wade has been struck down. Abortion on demand is no longer the defacto law of the land across the United States. The question of the legality of abortion has returned to each state and the democratic process. The work to protect the unborn and create a better environment for women and families doesn't end now. Instead it must continue with even greater vigor. Our guests Ryan Anderson, head of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and Alexandra DeSanctis, a National Review journalist, know that reality well. Their newly released book Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing, makes the case that abortion hurts more than simply an unborn child. Abortion harms society far more than it helps it. They join us today on Register Radio.
The Christian Outlook – July 2, 2022 Kevin McCullough talks with author Ryan Anderson and with Abby Johnson, former director of Planned Parenthood, about the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade. Don Kroah turns to Mat Staver, of the Liberty Counsel, to talk about another case before the U.S. Supreme Court that affirmed a football coach's right to pray in public after football games. Georgene Rice and Mark Smith, of the King's College, talk about the case of New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, and the decision of the Supreme Court that points us back to the words and text of the Constitution. Dr. Albert Mohler joins Jim Daly, of Focus on the Family, to talk about what comes next following the Roe v. Wade decision. Georgene Rice and Lois Anderson, of Oregon Right to Life, talk about the men and women who marched, prayed, donated their time, and resources for this God-honoring cause. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this special episode, we welcome co-authors Ryan Anderson and Alexandra DeSanctis of the Ethics and Public Policy Center to discuss their new book with Regnery, Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing. We're then joined by Catholic lawyer Charles LiMandri of the Thomas More Society to discuss defending Pro-Life organizations in court. Do check out all of their great work. Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing Roe Was Wrong the Day it Was Decided. The Supreme Court Did The Right Thing | Opinion Making Abortion Illegal and Unthinkable Pro-Life Legal Help Attorney Response to Planned Disruption of Religious Worship Services on Mother's Day
Ryan Anderson discusses why bodily autonomy and forced birth fail to justify abortion. Rob McFarland provides coverage of Roe V. Wade and Kennedy Bremerton with school district. Finally, Rob Herbst shares about some hockey priest and previews the Catholic Week.
Join me to discuss the hottest topic in the nation with Alexandra Desanctis coauthor of Tearing US Apart; How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing, published by Regnery. Written before the Court decsion to overturn Roe vs Wade, Ryan Anderson and Alexandra DeSanctis were able to foretell some of the logic used by the Supreme Court justices to come to their historical decsion. Read the Supreme Court decsion yourself! Dont let the media tell you what is in the decsion..you can find it here https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf/19-1392_6j37.pdf Then read this book to understand why the Supreme Court decided to overturn Roe vs Wade and Casey vs Planned Parnthood. Be informed, not emotional. Find Michele on twitter @MicheleMcAloon1
Chris and Connor return for part 2. We talking life and bourbon. Car driving through Bin 605 Fine Wine and Spirits Bourbon selections Special Guest Hotline Jason Rosetti and Ryan Anderson podcast link https://linktr.ee/jourdanandmatthew
In today's episode, Jim and Tyson chat with Ryan Anderson! They dive into the journey all about Filevine. If you're interested in learning more about what they're doing to improve, changes being made, and what's to come, check out this week's episode.As a former litigator, Ryan designed Filevine with the end-user in mind, focusing on unlocking customer and user efficiency by optimizing automation of technology. Today, rated as one of the top automation tools for legal work for a diverse range of organizations by size and function, Filevine is on a continual path of growth. Ryan led Filevine's acquisition of both Lead Docket, the top lead intake management solution for law firms, and Outlaw, the most innovative contract and document platform on the market. In 2020, Ryan was named a CEO of the Year by Utah Business. Ryan is a proud husband and father of 6 children and resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. Ryan earned his law degree from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. His goal is to provide a comprehensive solution to business leaders in search of a workflow transformation solution.3:04 CEO of Filevine7:05 law firms and businesses11:20 that can be a challenge16:26 features I can point to20:06 I genuinely care25:42 new category for legal software28:07 we're excited to show peopleJim's Hack: Check out Storytelling with Data: A Data Visualization Guide for Business Professionals by Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic. It's all about how to tell your story and convey information to clients, especially to your team all by using data in ways you're not used to looking at data.Ryan's Tip: Check out The Overstory by Richard Powers. It's a great fiction novel about trees. Tyson's Tip: Take the challenge and try to drink a gallon of water a day. It does incredible things for your body! Watch the podcast here. Join the Guild: www.maxlawguild.com
This is the fight of our age, building a pro-life culture. Revitalizing a culture of life goes beyond the duty to protect the unborn, requiring us to strengthen families, provide help to those in need, and show grace to all. A compelling and reasoned voice in today's most contentious cultural debates, Dr. Ryan T. Anderson joins the show to discuss why overturning Roe is just the beginning of the pro-life movement, and how each of us can play a part in building a culture of life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is the fight of our age, building a pro-life culture. Revitalizing a culture of life goes beyond the duty to protect the unborn, requiring us to strengthen families, provide help to those in need, and show grace to all. A compelling and reasoned voice in today’s most contentious cultural debates, Dr. Ryan T. Anderson joins the show to discuss why overturning Roe is just the beginning of the... Source
This is the fight of our age, building a pro-life culture. Revitalizing a culture of life goes beyond the duty to protect the unborn, requiring us to strengthen families, provide help to those in need, and show grace to all. A compelling and reasoned voice in today's most contentious cultural debates, Dr. Ryan T. […]
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: The domestic terrorist organization "Jane's Revenge" announced that its month of "mercy" is over. In a manifesto, the group now declares it's "open season" on Pro-Life groups in response to reports that the Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe vs. Wade. The group has already claimed responsibility for a number of violent attacks on pregnancy care centers and other Pro-Life organizations across the US, Capitol Hill correspondent Erik Rosales reports. Additionally, Ryan Anderson, President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, discusses the manifesto and speaks further on the group's actions, the legality of public intimidation, whether this group can be considered to fall under the term "domestic terrorism", and more. On the tech front, Mike Davis, founder and president of the Internet Accountability Project, joins us to discuss more on Twitter: including Elon Musk's virtual meeting with its employees, the continual silencing of conservative voices on the platform, and more. Furthermore, during today's solemnity of Corpus Christi, Father Robert Gahl, professor at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, joins to tell us more about the solemnity, why some parishes are choosing to celebrate it on Sunday, and how the solemnity can help us in today's world. We also speak with Brother Casey and Brother Tito — the so-called Bleacher Brothers and maintainers of the popular website Breaking In The Habit — on their 17,000 mile journey to spread the gospel in the US and Canada this Summer by visiting all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
Whether talking about the family, politics, or culture, abortion has created division and continues to do so, Ryan Anderson and Alexandra DeSanctis say. In a leaked draft opinion in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito wrote, “Far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, […]
Whether talking about the family, politics, or culture, abortion has created division and continues to do so, Ryan Anderson and Alexandra DeSanctis say. In a leaked draft opinion in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito wrote, “Far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, [Roe v. Wade] and [Planned Parenthood v. Casey] have enflamed debate and deepened division.”That statement, Anderson says, is a succinct description of what Roe v. Wade has done to America. Anderson and DeSanctis are the authors of the new book “Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing.” They explain how abortion has affected many spheres of our society, and what can be done to instill a value for life across America. Also on today's show, we cover these stories: The Jan. 6 committee conducts more hearings on the Capitol riot.House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., accuses Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., of stalling legislation to protect Supreme Court justices and “jeopardizing the safety of the Supreme Court.”A new study from The Heritage Foundation suggests making it easier for minors to access transgender care may actually bring about more—rather than fewer—suicides.Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, a Republican, signs a new law authorizing teachers, principals, and other school employees to bring guns into classrooms after receiving 24 hours of training. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of the LA Football Podcast, Ryan Dyrud recaps the finale of the Los Angeles Rams OTAs. He and Rams beat writer, Ryan Anderson, were there in person so he gives insight into how the Rams looked, players in attendance, and an injury update. Then, UCLA Athletic Director, Martin Jarmon, joins the Bruin Bible Podcast! A Great conversation involving one of the best AD's in the entire country! Tune in! Tune in and subscribe to the LA Football Podcast wherever you get your podcasts and on YouTube! Social Media: @RyanDyrudLAFB | @LAFBJamz | @LAFBNetwork Sponsors: TickPick is the official ticket partner of the LA Football Network: https://www.tickpick.com/LAFB All Episode Links: Apple Podcasts | Amazon Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | iHeartRadio | Pocket Casts | RadioPublic | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Player FM | YouTube
Really hilarious interview with Xavier's Director Of Recruiting, Ryan Anderson. He takes us into the recruiting process as a kid from Long Beach (make sure you know he's from Long Beach) all the way to Chestnut Hill. He also gives us a surprising name that influenced his basketball love. Then Ryan takes us into his toughest matchup in The Dean Dome and what kind of interview would it really be if the head coach of Xavier, Sean Miller, didn't call in to interrupt. Really terrific stuff from Ryan. I also give a hug to The Shark and end the show on TWIT.
In the newest LA Football Show, we talk about the state of the Los Angeles Rams after the first week of OTAs. Ryan Dyrud and Ryan Anderson were in attendance in Thousands Oaks, they give their observations of the practice. Who was in attendance of the stars, how did the rookies look, and depth chart projections. Plus an update on Tutu Atwell and Jacob Harris. Tune in Rams fans! All this and more on the latest LA Football Podcast! Tune in and subscribe to the LA Football Podcast wherever you get your podcasts and on YouTube! Social Media: @RyanDyrudLAFB | @LAFBJamz | @LAFBNetwork Sponsors: Get your very own SlapDick Whiskey with the promo code ‘SlapDickLA' at https://www.coachjbstore.com TickPick is the official ticket partner of the LA Football Network: https://www.tickpick.com/LAFB
Ryan Anderson, PhD, LMFT, MedFT, received his master's degree from Brigham Young University in marriage and family therapy. He earned a PhD in medical family therapy at East Carolina University and completed his internship at Duke, with a focus on... The post The Choice to Leave Abuse Ep. 603 The Cultural Hall appeared first on The Cultural Hall Podcast.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Ryan Anderson, president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and Alexandra DeSanctis, a staff writer for National Review, join Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss how the leaked draft of the Supreme Court's Dobbs v. Jackson opinion would change the United States forever. You can find DeSanctis and Anderson's book "Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing" here: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/tearing-us-apart-ryan-t-anderson/1140948617