These guys have been my boys since I can remember and it's amazing that our friendships have lasted so long. Our journeys we all so different but through it all we still kept that tight bond that led to us all to the same path again. Fitness and Health is something we all picked up together which is really the only reason I ever started lifting. The results I seen these guys have motivated me to start something I now love and without the help of them I know my results wouldn't be as big as they have been. I wanted to say thank you guys for all the help and I am happy we were able to share our stories and throw some helpful tips in there as well. Caught us Conway boys at your local PF.
Brian Hornback podcast Episode 28 - Reaction to Anthony Thompson, Jr. Body Cam Evidence
Brian HORNBACK podcast
Recorded on April 21, 2021 the night the body cams were released on the death of Anthony Thompson, Jr. by KPD at Austin East High School. firstname.lastname@example.org twitter @mega_bullhorn or @brianhornback --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brian-hornback/support
The Konfidence in the Klutch Podcast E 192 | RIP Black Rob, Anthony Thompson and Adam Toledo, Reaction to Chauvin Verdict, Meth and Red Verzuz, NBA Week 18, and much more.
The Konfidence in the Klutch Network
Konfidence in the Klutch’s Donald Nelson discusses his thoughts on (2:40) RIP Black Rob. Rise in Power (6:00) Anthony Thompson, (7:30) along with Adam Toledo who lost their lives at the hands of Police officers in Knoxville and Chicago. Then Deezy talks about the South Carolina white guy who harassed Deandre and (10:40) Chauvin is convicted on all three charges. (13:25) Then Deezy talks about the J&J vaccine being on pause, (20:20) Meth and Red Verzus, and (22:00) Saweetie's and Doja Cat performance at the fight last Saturday. (12:45) NBA Week 18 notes and power rankings. (19:45) Konfident Take | Something to grow on - Movement, Moment, or Momentum. This podcast was recorded at 1:45 p.m. CT on Wednesday, April 21st. Subscribe Podbean | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | YouTube | RSS
Episode 11 - Austin East Shooting-Anthony Thompson Jr(Say His Name)
Apostates on the Fringe
In this episode we center our discussion on the homicide of Anthony Thompson Jr and the history of tragic violence of Austin-East High School and community in Knoxville. We cover the media response and police action following a series of killings before focusing on the national attention brought to the recent shooting on Monday, April 12 resulting in the death of a student by police. After a breaking story that the officer injured by gunfire was not shot by the student, immediate public outcry followed. After public outcry, the DAG's office is still refusing to release the bodycam footage even at the urging of the mayor and police chief.Links to the articles Knoxville's Austin-East High School shooting: What we know CNN Blog on school shooting prior to TBI update TBI identifies student killed in Austin-East shooting, say wounded officer was not hit by student's gunfire Here's why we won't see body camera footage of Austin-East shooting right away
KWAME's Anthony Thompson: "None of Us Has Made It Until All of Us Have Made It."
Construction Forum’s mission is, “To facilitate the collaboration of all the stakeholders in the built environment in creating inclusive, robust employment and economic growth.” Forum Focus presents stories of people who are working to make that vision and mission happen. This edition of Forum Focus features an interview with Anthony Thompson, chairman and CEO of KWAME Building Group, the region's largest minority-owned pure construction management firm. On February 25, Tony Thompson was presented with Construction Forum's Leadership Institute Award. Mr. Thompson has promoted diversity and inclusion in the region's construction industry for over 30 years, both within his own firm, by assisting other minority firms, and by inspiring the next generation of MBE firm leaders.
What is Your Life Calling You Into? (Answering Your Highest Calling) with Anthony Thompson | Awaken Ep. 45
Awaken with Bryan M. Henry
The Activation Process: Activate Your Higher Purpose in 4-Weeks ► http://bit.ly/activation-process You are always being called into higher levels of consciousness, authenticity, and embodiment. There is always a higher calling. Anthony Thompson is here to help you, the leaders of a New Earth, with answering this calling. As a result of living in a state of presence and authentic expression, Anthony Thompson is experiencing magic in his life. He is himself is actively stepping into new chapters of his evolution, which is he does by consistently coming back to his "master question": "what is Life calling you into?". As he operates from this state and continues to , what comes through him in his work (and this conversation), is some powerfully guiding insights that will help you answer this question for yourself. In this episode of the Awaken Podcast, you'll be invited into and supported into your highest calling and what Life is calling you into IN THIS EPISODE, ANTHONY AND I DISCUSS:living from a state of pure presence, authenticity, sensitivity, and non-negotiation with life Anthony's "master question" to be asking yourself Connecting to the heart of your pure desire and highest vision Realigning and reigniting The shift from the force (the old paradigm) to flow (the new way to authentic success) OUR GUEST: ANTHONY THOMPSONAnthony is a modern day guide and visionary who offers a simple, inspiring approach for people to unlock their consciousness and live their vision. He is incredibly gifted in activating the soul of a person, helping them to ignite the flame of their own inner wisdom and lead a life with courage and authenticity. In his own unique, heart-centred approach Anthony brings together universal wisdom into simple, understandable tools and insights that people can apply directly to their own lives. RESOURCES MENTIONED:Art of Manifestation [Anthony's Program] - email Anthony at email@example.com to get access. The Activation Process: Activate Your Higher Purpose in 4-Weeks [Bryan's Program]
78 | The Impact of Care - Sharita & Anthony Thompson
Birth Stories in Color
When Sharita and Anthony began to prep for their second child's birth, they followed the plan from their first's birth. Receiving care from the same OB, hiring a doula, and utilizing support strategies through hypnobirthing. Like her first pregnancy, Sharita began having some concerns with her blood pressure into her third trimester, as her readings were starting to be pretty high. Following the advice from her mother, a retired high-risk obstetrician (OB), at 34 weeks, she requested a full portfolio of tests done to see what was going on. However, she was surprised and concerned when her OB refused to do any of the testings. Reflecting with her husband about the situation, they decided changing care providers would be best for their birth plan.Upon switching providers, her requests for testing and concerns were supported, and based on results; they decided that at 37 weeks, Sharita would be scheduled for an induction. Moving through the early stages of the induction, they expected a similar experience to their sons but soon realized that it would be a different story after a day of no change. They weren't expecting over the next five days were the tactics of aggressive intimidation and the assault on Sharita from their care team.And while they left the hospital with a beautiful baby girl, they spent the beginning of their postpartum trying to piece together and heal from the trauma they endured during her birth. Sharita and Anthony are on the up end of their healing and what keeps them grounded is that for them, they did everything right - the assault was not their fault! Their story sheds light on the most straightforward fact, everyone deserves informed, consent focused, family-centered care because our experiences live with us forever.Resources:HypnoBirthing | classes for parents who strive for gentle, calm, and natural childbirthParentPhiphany | an innovative learning platform for parentsDoulas of Phoenix | doula support
Called to Forgive: A Conversation with Anthony Thompson
Theology Mix Network
In this personal and moving episode of The Walk, Rev. Anthony Thompson talks to John I. Snyder about the tragic loss of his wife in the Charleston church shooting and the power of forgiveness. While the murder of his wife devastated Anthony Thompson, he and three other relatives of victims chose to privately and publicly forgive the shooter. Years later, the church and community still struggle to understand the family members’ deliberate choice to forgive the racist murderer. But as Charlestonians have witnessed these incredible acts of forgiveness, something significant has happened to the community – black and white leaders and residents have united, coming together peaceably and even showing acts of selfless love. Click here to order Rev. Thompson’s book, Called to Forgive: The Charleston Church Shooting, a Victim’s Husband, and the Path to Healing and Peace. About The Walk: The Walk is about our faith walk, the way we live out our faith in our daily life. Pastor and author John I. Snyder brings some of his conversations of faith from all aspects with writers, pastors, friends, musicians, entrepreneurs, and others. The post Called to Forgive: A Conversation with Anthony Thompson appeared first on Theology Mix.
There is no better way to bask in the glow a historic win over Penn State than to spend 3 hours with the greatest IU football player of all-time, Anthony Thompson. After shunning the likes of Michigan and Ohio State, AT joined forces with Bill Mallory to defeat those very powerhouses and usher in the most successful era Indiana football has ever known. He rewrote not only the record books in Bloomington, but for all of collegiate football, on his way to being a two-time Big Ten Player of the Year, two-time All-American, winner of numerous national player of the year awards, and ultimately an inductee into the College Football Hall of Fame. You can’t spell G.O.A.T. without AT, and you can’t listen to this man speak and not burst with Hoosier pride.
Lisa Bevere on thriving in lockdown // Rev Anthony Thompson on forgiving the racist who murdered his wife
It’s a double bill of The Profile podcast this week. Rachel Matthews is in conversation with bestselling author and founder of Messengers International, Lisa Bevere. In part two Claire Musters interviews Rev Anthony Thompson who lost his wife in the Charleston Church massacre five years ago. The Profile is brought to you in association with Premier Christianity magazine. [premierchristianity.com/subscribe] Subscribe now for only £4.95/month