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Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
TORREY DEVITTO: Top actress in shows like One Tree Hill, Chicago Med, & Pretty Little Liars tells her secrets for life learned from navigating Hollywood.

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 49:43


This week, I get real with Torrey DeVitto. Torrey is a top actress known for her roles in Chicago Med, One Tree Hill, The Vampire Diaries, and Pretty Little Liars - among others! She has learned to listen to her souls guidance for all instructions in life, including what roles to take and where to live. In this episode, we talk all about:   • Navigating an ego-driven industry   • Seeing and living a life free of limitations   • How to use your purpose for good   • The importance of listening to your body   • Her two keys to life: simplicity and adaptability   Torrey has lived such a huge life and gained so much wisdom. Make sure to stay tuned to our How-To Minisode on Thursday!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Carlin
Hour 2: Torrey Smith

Carlin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 39:35


Torrey joins the show to talk about the Ravens blowing games and the Eagles being the number 1 seed in the NFC. Then Canty and Carlin talk about that and Canty give his top 5 from the NFL this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 11-28-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 62:29


Torrey prattles about watching morning news, trying to fall asleep, and punishing rapists

Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 2: Torrey Smith

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 39:35


Torrey joins the show to talk about the Ravens blowing games and the Eagles being the number 1 seed in the NFC. Then Canty and Carlin talk about that and Canty give his top 5 from the NFL this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Torrey Snow
November 25th 2022: Why Does Joe Biden Want To Ban Semi-Automatic Weapons?

Torrey Snow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 143:54


On this episode of "Torrey and Dan", Torrey discusses President Joe Biden's comments about his desire to ban semi-automatic weapons. Where are all the guns responsible for Baltimore's rising crime coming from? Torrey also recaps the USA vs ENG World Cup match and wonders why the hype for the World Cup seems down. Is it your patriotic duty to pull for the USMNT even if you're NOT a soccer fan?

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
HOW-TO MINISODE WITH TORREY DEVITTO: How to prioritize self-care!

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 9:04


On Monday, I sat down with Torrey DeVitto. Torrey is known for her roles as a top actress in shows like The Vampire Diaries and Chicago Med. She is also an advocate for women and animals, and has such a heart for wellness and philanthropy. Today we are giving you a quick breakdown of ways to start checking in and caring for yourself and your soul. Throughout our conversation, Torrey shares her best tips on how to fully begin prioritizing self-care...   1. Be okay with saying, "no"   2. Allow yourself to rest   3. Listen to and nourish your body   4. Practice meditation and prayer     Torrey is a true embodiment of self-care and soul nourishment. Be sure to go back and listen to Monday's episode with Torrey to get a deeper dive into her incredible life story and acting career!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Insurance Guys Podcast
Client Circle with Torrey Marez

The Insurance Guys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 59:42


In this episode, Bradley and Scott sit down with Torrey Marez from Client Circle. The guys talk about VC funding, the importance of bootstrapping and everything that Client Circle can do to help you sell more insurance.

Too Much Rock
Too Much Rock Podcast #627

Too Much Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022


Podcast #627 continues the streak w/ Public Opinion, The Pointed Sticks, Wipers, Moving Targets, Torrey, Private Lives, The Darts, & Dark Holler.

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 11-21-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 63:38


Torrey prattles about store closing sales, school curriculums, and lovable idiots

Chalk and Ink: The Podcast for Teachers Who Write and Writers Who Teach

Linda Urban  talks about the importance of ditching “have-tos,” and embracing specificity and small moments.Want to win a signed copy of one of Linda's heartwarming books? Tweet or retweet this episode and be sure to tag me, 2) Go to www.katenarita.com/podcast and make a comment on this episode's post, 3) Make a comment about the episode on our Chalk + Ink Facebook page; and 4) Become a Chalk + Ink Patreon supporter. Please complete one of these actions by Friday, November 25th. The winner will be announced on Friday, December 2nd, on the podcast as well as on Twitter and on our Facebook page.Speaking of December 2nd, It's homework time. Before our next episode, please read one of Torrey Maldonado's fantastic novels. Secret Saturdays, published in 2010, is markedly different from his most recent releases Tight and What Lane?, which pubbed in 2018 and 2020 respectively. Torrey talks about the cause for the shift and how it stemmed from observing readers in his classroom.Want to support the podcast? It's easy. Go to buymeacoffee.com/chalkandink and with one single click you can buy me a latte-no subscription necessary.Finally, I want to give a shout out to Sarah Brannen for Chalk + Ink's podcast art. If you haven't read Sarah's book, Uncle Bobby's Wedding, check it out. It's on the ALA 2021 Rainbow List and Bank Street's Best Children's Books 2021. Support the show

The Fan Girls Podcast
Calling All Bookworms! Your Fandom Book Wish List Has Arrived!

The Fan Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 15:10


Get ready fans, we're chatting with our resident bookstagram expert Torrey all about her favorite book fandoms that you'll definitely want to get this holiday season! Take a Book. Share a Book. - Little Free Library The Fan Girls Podcast is now on Etsy. Our shop has a variety of original custom-made fandom inspired artwork in digital download form. With prints inspired by, Outlander, Bridgerton, Harry Potter, Marvel, and more, you are sure to find a design that celebrates your favorite fandom. We are offering 10% off our Etsy store with the code FANGIRL. https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheFanGirlsPodcast

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 11-14-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 63:14


Torrey prattles about undercover boss, choking people out, winning the lottery, and old people talking to young people

Christ Redeemer Church » Sermons
The Helper, The Spirit of Truth

Christ Redeemer Church » Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 33:55


QUOTES FOR REFLECTION“God's love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us. For while we were still weak, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly.”~Romans 5:5-6“The Spirit-filled life is not a special, deluxe edition of Christianity. It is part and parcel of the total plan of God for His people.”~A. W. Tozer“I have a great need for Christ; I have a great Christ for my need.”~Charles Spurgeon“The work of the Spirit is to impart life, to implant hope, to give liberty, to testify of Christ, to guide us into all truth, to teach us all things, to comfort the believer, and to convict the world of sin.”~Dwight L. Moody“Trying to do the Lord's work in your own strength is the most confusing, exhausting, and tedious of all work. But when you are filled with the Holy Spirit, then the ministry of Jesus just flows out of you.”~Corrie Ten Boom“It is futile for us to try to serve God without the power of the Holy Spirit. Talent, training, and experience cannot take the place of the power of the Spirit.”~Warren W. Wiersbe“If we think of the Holy Spirit only as an impersonal power or influence, then our thought will constantly be, how can I get hold of and use the Holy Spirit; but if we think of Him in the biblical way as a divine Person, infinitely wise, infinitely holy, infinitely tender, then our thought will constantly be, ‘How can the Holy Spirit get hold of and use me?'”~R. A. Torrey“Were it not for the work of the Holy Spirit there would be no gospel, no faith, no church, no Christianity in the world at all.”~J. I. PackerSERMON PASSAGEJohn 15:26-16:15 (ESV)John 15 26 “But when the Helper comes, whom I will send to you from the Father, the Spirit of truth, who proceeds from the Father, he will bear witness about me. 27 And you also will bear witness, because you have been with me from the beginning. John 16 1 “I have said all these things to you to keep you from falling away. 2 They will put you out of the synagogues. Indeed, the hour is coming when whoever kills you will think he is offering service to God. 3 And they will do these things because they have not known the Father, nor me. 4 But I have said these things to you, that when their hour comes you may remember that I told them to you. “I did not say these things to you from the beginning, because I was with you. 5 But now I am going to him who sent me, and none of you asks me, ‘Where are you going?' 6 But because I have said these things to you, sorrow has filled your heart. 7 Nevertheless, I tell you the truth: it is to your advantage that I go away, for if I do not go away, the Helper will not come to you. But if I go, I will send him to you. 8 And when he comes, he will convict the world concerning sin and righteousness and judgment: 9 concerning sin, because they do not believe in me; 10 concerning righteousness, because I go to the Father, and you will see me no longer; 11 concerning judgment, because the ruler of this world is judged. 12 “I still have many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now. 13 When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth, for he will not speak on his own authority, but whatever he hears he will speak, and he will declare to you the things that are to come. 14 He will glorify me, for he will take what is mine and declare it to you. 15 All that the Father has is mine; therefore I said that he will take what is mine and declare it to you.”

Drama Queens
LIVE IN PHILLY! feat. Paul Johansson & Torrey DeVitto

Drama Queens

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 78:26


The DQ RV tour takes us to the City of Brotherly Love…or more aptly, the City of Sisterly Love. Either way the irony is thick as the discussion is all about favorite villains with none other than Dan Scott and Nanny Carrie!  And even more secrets are shared including favorite OTH moment, favorite movie and favorite on-screen kiss! Plus some real life villainous behavior is revealed...Find out which Queen once crashed a wedding!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Back 9 Bros Podcast
FROM PLAYING WITH TIGER, BATTLING IT OUT AT TORREY, AND HOW DISTANCE CHANGES THE GAME(feat. D.J. Trahan)

Back 9 Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 34:59


In this week's episode Polv is here with Drew Steiner and speak with a special guest, PGA Tour Player, D.J. Trahan. They dive into how distance has impacted golf and get the inside scoop in D.J.'s career.

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 11-7-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 60:53


Torrey prattles about locker room halftime speeches, southern stereotypes, and company emails

The Bible Preacher
Romans 15 "The Great Conquest" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 28:16


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Torrey Snow
11-02-22 Election denial

Torrey Snow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 64:07


With elections less than a week Torrey & Dan discuss the worrying trend of Republicans refusing to concede defeat if they lose and how this is bad for Democracy. Also Yuripzy Morgan joins the show to discuss her campaign

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 10-31-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 64:53


Torrey prattles about incest, voting, cardboard boxes, extreme cougar wives

Torrey Snow
10-29-22 Paul Pelosi Attacked

Torrey Snow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 90:38


Torrey is solo for this Saturday edition to discuss the recent attack of Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband.

The Bible Preacher
Jonah 4:8 "Jonah" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 30:09


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

The Bible Preacher
II Corinthians 8-9 "Christian Giving" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 40:52


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 10-24-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 63:50


Torrey prattles about hood chicks singing, bad burgers, and movies your race has to watch

Vigilantes Radio Podcast
The Cassidy Torrey Interview.

Vigilantes Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 46:37


The Bible Preacher
Matthew 4:16 "The Challenge of Missions" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 36:38


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Bite Size Sales
166: Michelle Torrey-Teunissen, CRO at 6clicks: best practices for working with the channel

Bite Size Sales

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 46:37


Michelle Torrey-Teunissen, CRO at 6clicks, spent many years working in the traditional security channel with well known resellers.  In this episode you'll learn: How to engage with the channel if you are an early stage cyber security startupThe importance of your product to get channel mindshareHow she has used an assessment to successfully identify great sales talentHow 6clicks works with advisory partners as well as resellersHow Michelle structures comp plans to reduce channel conflictSupport the show

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 10-17-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 55:50


Torrey prattles about Halloween, Philly, and performing for black crowds

The Tie
Mudball Monday Episode 57-Most Iconic Major Duels!

The Tie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 50:45


A back nine battle, a two-horse race all week, great major duels take different forms, but they're all memorable. Whether its Tiger and Rocco at Torrey, Phil and Stenson at Troon, or the duel in the sun, we all remember those weekends where we just couldn't take our attention away from the tournament going on because of the battle going on. Today we're breaking down a few of our most memorable major weekends and hope this episode takes you down memory lane for some of your favorite weekends. Enjoy!Cheers, - The Tie Guys@thetiepodcast on instagram and twitterthetiegolfpodcast@gmail.com@tieguys @tieguytexasranger @tieguyhs on TikTokGoodWalk Coffee: https://goodwalkcoffee.comCODE: thetie for 20% offBDraddy:bdraddy.comCODE: thetie25 for 25% off

The Bible Preacher
Matthew 4 "Going Fishing" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 36:28


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Torrey Snow
10-12-22 Gubernatorial Debate Preview

Torrey Snow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 65:58


Torrey and Dan preview the debate between Wes Moore and Dan Cox

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 10-10-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 60:02


Torrey prattles about political campaigns, fixers, and home depot

The Bible Preacher
II Corinthians 9:15 "God's Unspeakable Gift" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 31:22


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

The Up North QueCast
E33 UNQC- Regional BBQ profiles, LA trip for Torrey, CA BBQ.

The Up North QueCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022


UNQC- EP 33 Regional BBQ profiles, LA trip for Torrey, CA BBQ. Torrey calls in all the way from LA! Out in California for work, he calls in to discuss regional BBQ styles, and how they compare to each other and we ask the question, what is California BBQ? The answer might be surprising! Conversation about wrapping up the grilling season as it gets colder and where we are heading in October for more interviews. Bringing Home The Bacon Team of the Year competition is October 14-16th! upnorthquecast TorreyinLA BringingHomeTheBacon Support The Up North QueCast by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-up-north-quecast Find out more at https://the-up-north-quecast.pinecast.co

Torrey Snow
10-06-22:Victims of Violence, DACA and Bros

Torrey Snow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 67:12


Torrey and Dan discuss the relationship law enforcement should have with victims of crime and say empathy is important but not everything, plus the ongoing debate regarding DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) is had and more.

Gold Street Garden Church
Torrey Harper // The Fragrance of Bethany

Gold Street Garden Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 41:09


Torrey Harper the founder of @Global Prayer Room NYC // The Fragrance of Bethany The house was marked deeply by this divine evening. Torrey Harper came and provoked the room to a deeper consecrated posture before the Lord. The hunger to touch the heart of God drew the Glory in. Prophecy went forth like a bow and arrow as lives were pierced with the reality of God's purposes and pleasure. The Altar was a furnace of God's refining love producing the Bride Jesus desires. Scented Sent Ones; the Lord longs to send those who smell like Him, those who have unapologetically wasted themselves at His feet. In John 12 we find the cherished story of Mary anointing Jesus' feet with a costly perfume in Bethany. Jesus came to Bethany because He longed for the pure unadulterated worship He would receive. Let us be a people that love to waste it all on Him. Let the Fragrance of Bethany be upon our lives, we long to be the people He longs to be with. For more information on Torrey Harper visit; http://www.globalprayernyc.org For More info on Gold Street Garden visit; https://linktr.ee/goldstreetgarden

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 10-3-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 60:20


Torrey prattles about breaking your shit, guy-to-guy bathroom etiquette, and the cotton gin

The Bible Preacher
I Peter 5 "Resting In God" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 32:56


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

The Bible Preacher
Matthew 8:23 "What Gets The Attention of Jesus" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 38:55


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Torrey Snow
09-26-22 Weekend violence

Torrey Snow

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 58:46


Torrey recaps another violent weekend in Baltimore city

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 9-26-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 60:59


Torrey prattles about uniting churro ladies, real emmy speeches, nfl cheerleaders, and self driving cars

The Bible Preacher
Matthew 9:36-38 "We Need To Look" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 33:06


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 9-19-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 60:12


Torrey prattles about basement apartments, slapping old men, and getting flashed at work

The Bible Preacher
II Timothy 2:1-2 "3 Things God Has Taught Me" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 39:53


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Pross Box
Torrey Mitchell

Pross Box

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 113:26 Very Popular


Torrey Mitchell spent 12 years in the NHL, had the best prank ever pulled on him, is a dad of all daughters, and claims to have the best palette in the NHL. He chats with Nate and Luke about all that and much more on the latest Pross Box.Sponsored by D1 Backyard Rinks (https://www.d1backyardrinks.com,) First Minnetonka City Bank (https://www.fmcbank.com) & United Heroes League (https://unitedheroesleague.org)

Talk North - Souhan Podcast Network
Pross Box w/ Nate & Luke Prosser - Torrey Mitchell

Talk North - Souhan Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 113:26


Torrey Mitchell spent 12 years in the NHL, had the best prank ever pulled on him, is a dad of all daughters, and claims to have the best palette in the NHL. He chats with Nate and Luke about all that and much more on the latest Pross Box.Sponsored by D1 Backyard Rinks (https://www.d1backyardrinks.com,) First Minnetonka City Bank (https://www.fmcbank.com) & United Heroes League (https://unitedheroesleague.org)

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 9-12-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 60:01


Torrey prattles about dating app pics, honesty at job interviews, and learning how to breakup with someone

The Republican Professor
Sept. 11th FOCUS: Weaponized Commercially Available Drones w/ Dr. Kerry Chavez, Ph.D., Texas Tech University, Modern War Institute, USMA West Point (TRP Ep. 88)

The Republican Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 83:32


Dr. Kerry Chavez, Ph.D. is a research fellow at the Modern War Institute, United States Military Academy at West Point* (https://mwi.usma.edu/research-fellows/kerry-chavez/) but her day job is teaching quantitative methods, International Politics, Foreign Policy, and Politics of Military Force at Texas Tech University, where she is the Projects Administrator of the Peace, War, and Social Conflict Laboratory. Dr. Chavez is a quantitative methods scholar of International Security and Conflict, so she brings a her own collected data to the study of drones and violent non-state actors. She defines these terms for us, and we talk a little bit about how she collected those data. Kerry is a co-author of a recent War on the Rocks article (with Ori Swed, former Israeli SF) called "Weak States and Loose Arms: Lessons and Warnings from Afghanistan to Ukraine" published July 12, 2022, which is the subject of much or our discussion here. Here's a link to that article, here : https://warontherocks.com/2022/07/weak-states-and-loose-arms-lessons-and-warnings-from-libya-to-ukraine/ Dr. Chavez did some of her graduate work at St. Andrews University in Scotland, which I learned during this interview is not called "Street Andrews", like on a mailing address. And actually, I guess that makes sense. Kerry has a rigorous, broad, classical education in her undergrad, as a graduate of the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University, and I think we talked about that enough to where Torrey now owes me 10% of any future revenue from their program, and Kerry should get 10%, too. Dr. Kerry Chavez, Ph.D., is a delightful person, has a charming and ironically disarming sense of humor, and our fun conversation (strange that this topic could be fun--I guess it was the person, not the topic per se), is wide-ranging and timely. The Republican Professor is a pro-remembering-never-to-forget, pro-delightful-professors, pro-International-security-study-done-right, pro-having-fun-while-doing-serious-things, pro-someones-got-to-do-the-quant-stuff, pro-catching-up-with-old-friends podcast. Therefore, welcome my good friend Dr. Kerry Chavez, Ph.D., of Texas Tech and West Point. Make sure you never forget to subscribe. Share this with a friend. Level up on security. TRP Podcast has recently been ranked last in the world by Unimportant Things magazine, late summer edition. Warmly, Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D. The Republican Professor Podcast The Republican Professor Newsletter on Substack https://therepublicanprofessor.substack.com/ https://www.therepublicanprofessor.com/podcast/ YouTube channel: The Republican Professor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRepublicanProfessor Twitter: @RepublicanProf Instagram: @the_republican_professor *A prep school for the Naval Academy.

No, Keep Talkn
No, Keep Talkn Podcast 9-6-22

No, Keep Talkn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 60:19


Torrey prattles about building a barbecue plate, underage drinking, and getting kicked out of high school

THE F WORD PODCAST
Torrey Devitto | Pressure of Being on TV, Meditation, Women's Rights & Activism

THE F WORD PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 61:00 Transcription Available


We LOVED this episode! Torrey's newly found joy in a wellness routine centered around spirituality and mindfulness, focusing on things like a vegetarian diet and focusing on her brain health. Not only is she now focused on her mind and body, but she also is inspiring others daily by using her voice and platform to discuss animal cruelty and going around the country to discuss women's rights and SA. SHOP FITNESS UNCENSORED MERCH! https://fitnessuncensored.myshopify.com/ Make sure to tag @fword_podcast in your stories when listening. Connect with Taylor @ttaylorolsen Connect with Sam @ssam.ttaylor Join our Facebook group Fitness Uncensored Watch & subscribe to our YouTube channel HERE . Thanks to our sponsors: Better Help = Our listeners get 10% off their first month at

Vegetarian Zen
VZ 416: Actor Torrey DeVitto On Conscious Consumerism and Cruelty-Free Fashion

Vegetarian Zen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 45:14


In this episode of The Vegetarian Zen podcast, we welcome Torrey DeVitto. Torrey is an actor and musician who has recently wrapped up 6 seasons on Chicago Med.  In addition to being an actor, Torrey is a passionate animal advocate. We're going to talk to her about her own plant-based journey and how she incorporates eco-conscious sustainability into her life. You can check out some of the cruelty-free products and vegan fashion Torrey mentions in the show notes.