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Bill Bryant, Alumni Series

Southeast Speaks

Today, on Southeast Speaks, Bill Bryant shares wisdom and practical applications in evangelism. Bill is both an adjunct professor at Southeast as well as one of the earliest graduates of the East Tennessee School of Preaching and Missions. Don't miss his great tips, especially the "1 thing" that people need to know for great evangelism and his thoughts on the changes in the world and the church over the last 50 years of the school's existence.

10 Jan 2022

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New Section IV Executive Director of Athletics with Bill Bryant

Cover IV Podcast

In our conversation with Bill, he shares a number of valuable life lessons for student-athletes. Your small investment in time to listen to this podcast will benefit you the rest of your life.This podcast will run weekly during the season and continue as long as a Section IV Football team is playing.The Cover IV Podcast is brought to you by TDS Performance Improvement60% of first-time leaders fail. TDS Performance Improvement prevents this failure and accelerates your leadership development. If you are a first-time leader and want to make sure leader journey gets off on the right foot, TDS Performance Improvement has you covered. They will help you establish a culture where people feel inspired, appreciated and fulfilled. If you need leadership help, visit tdspi.com and schedule your no obligation conversation.Visit the Cover IV Podcast Website to stay informed and get involved.

35mins

25 Aug 2021

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TV on the Net - Bill Bryant

TV on the Net

Tom chats with new Section IV Executive Director Bill Bryant about the newest chapter in the scholastic sports life.

59mins

1 Jul 2021

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Civic Cocktail: State of Our Democracy: Rick Wilson + Bill Bryant

Civic Cocktail

After losing both the White House and control of the U.S. Senate, even longtime Republicans are wondering, what's the future of the GOP? Lincoln Project Co-founder Rick Wilson and 2016 GOP nominee for Washington governor Bill Bryant share strong opinions with host Joni Balter on what they see on the road ahead. Wilson says the Republican party is at a juncture, and warned, "they're going to be the Whig Party and die, or they're going to take a very difficult step and say we're not a party about the dear leader." Bryant agrees, saying it's time to move past the Trump era. He says Republicans must "focus on the real reasons we lost and why we're not responding to the needs of people and neighborhoods all around the country." Both guests say the country is in desperate need of a center-right party. Wilson summed it up this way, "offer a vision that is optimistic, prospective, big, inclusive, smart, and forward-looking." This episode of Civic Cocktail is the first in a multi-part series on "The State of Our Democracy."

44mins

10 Feb 2021

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Trade Talk with Bill Bryant

Ag News Daily

For today's interview, we sat down will Bill Bryant, founder and chairman of Bryant Christie Inc. Bill joined us to talk about all things trade.

29 Jul 2020

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Achtung! Millwall History - Bill Bryant and Bob Hunter

Achtung! Millwall Podcast

A new series in which Millwall fan and journalist Neil Fissler discusses two early Millwall Athletic pioneers - Bill Bryant and Bob Hunter - with yours truly ...SHOW NOTESBill Bryant, 1899-1986William Ingram (Bill) Bryant was born in Ghent, Belgium on 01 March 1899.He was a full England International as well as an Amateur International. He won his only full England cap on 21 May 1925, in a friendly against France in Paris. England won the match 3 – 2, and Bryant played the full 90 minutes.A centre half, he plied his trade with Clapton and Millwall. He was a Clapton player at the time of his full International call up.William was the Clapton captain for the 1924/25 F.A. Amateur Cup Final against Southall, held ironically at The Den, Millwall, home of the team he was soon to join. Clapton won the game 2 – 1, thus retaining the trophy they had won a year earlier, when Bill was also a member of the victorious Clapton team.He left Clapton to join Millwall in 1925 and played 132 games for “The Lions”, scoring 30 goals before returning to Clapton in 1931.William Ingram Bryant died on 21 January 1986, in Witham, Essex aged 86.Millwall 1925-31 140 apps in all comps - 30 goalsBob Hunter 1860-1933Millwall manager 1918-33 ( longest tenure in the job)Millwall club trainer 1897-1918Originally from Govan, spent many years at Montrose FC in ScotlandBuilt reputation as a runner and coach - winning many prizesKnown as an organizer of athletic events - continued on the Isle of DogsTook charge in 1918Developed a side strong enough to finish 3rd in Division 3 South 1923-24, 1925-26 & 1926-27 before promotion as champions in 1927-28Shrewd singer of players including Richard Parker 1924 and Jack Cock 1927 who scored twice in a 9-1 win over Coventry1932-33 - 7th in Division Two - although Hunter died in office aged 73, the only Millwall manager ever to do so. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

15mins

12 Jun 2020

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Achtung! Millwall History - Bill Bryant and Bob Hunter

Achtung! Millwall Podcast

A new series in which Millwall fan and journalist Neil Fissler discusses two early Millwall Athletic pioneers - Bill Bryant and Bob Hunter - with yours truly ...SHOW NOTESBill Bryant, 1899-1986William Ingram (Bill) Bryant was born in Ghent, Belgium on 01 March 1899.He was a full England International as well as an Amateur International. He won his only full England cap on 21 May 1925, in a friendly against France in Paris. England won the match 3 – 2, and Bryant played the full 90 minutes.A centre half, he plied his trade with Clapton and Millwall. He was a Clapton player at the time of his full International call up.William was the Clapton captain for the 1924/25 F.A. Amateur Cup Final against Southall, held ironically at The Den, Millwall, home of the team he was soon to join. Clapton won the game 2 – 1, thus retaining the trophy they had won a year earlier, when Bill was also a member of the victorious Clapton team.He left Clapton to join Millwall in 1925 and played 132 games for “The Lions”, scoring 30 goals before returning to Clapton in 1931.William Ingram Bryant died on 21 January 1986, in Witham, Essex aged 86.Millwall 1925-31 140 apps in all comps - 30 goalsBob Hunter 1860-1933Millwall manager 1918-33 ( longest tenure in the job)Millwall club trainer 1897-1918Originally from Govan, spent many years at Montrose FC in ScotlandBuilt reputation as a runner and coach - winning many prizesKnown as an organizer of athletic events - continued on the Isle of DogsTook charge in 1918Developed a side strong enough to finish 3rd in Division 3 South 1923-24, 1925-26 & 1926-27 before promotion as champions in 1927-28Shrewd singer of players including Richard Parker 1924 and Jack Cock 1927 who scored twice in a 9-1 win over Coventry1932-33 - 7th in Division Two - although Hunter died in office aged 73, the only Millwall manager ever to do so.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

15mins

12 Jun 2020

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WKYT Conversations with Victor and Andrea Ep. 37 - Bill Bryant

WKYT Conversations with Victor and Andrea

On this week's episode, Victor and Andrea interview Bill Bryant as he celebrates his 35th year at WKYT. They discuss everything from his humble beginnings making his own newspaper as a child to becoming one of the state's most respected journalists. (Originally released in August of 2019)

49mins

17 Dec 2019

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BILL BRYANT | Threshold Ventures - Is Seattle VC Better? | On Being a Generalist VC Investor! - S1E7

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50mins

18 Nov 2019

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WKYT Conversations with Victor and Andrea Ep. 37 - Bill Bryant

WKYT News

On this week's episode, Victor and Andrea interview Bill Bryant as he celebrates his 35th year at WKYT.They discuss everything from his humble beginnings making his own newspaper as a child to becoming one of the state's most respected journalists.

49mins

29 Aug 2019

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