Word With A Champ Interviews
Native Voice One – Koahnic Broadcast Corporation
The Annenburg National Native Voice Studios
My son Branson Taylor, Cherokee/Choctaw football player at Dakota State University, is our guest, in the second of a two part series on Word With A Champ. We are very proud of our son and his perseverance athletically and academically throughout his college career. He has overcome two major orthopedic injuries. Branson is presently the second fastest man on the team, on target in the weight room and is ready to play. His persistence has astounded me. We pray he will have the opportunity to shine on the field, and finish strong academically, amid this pandemic of 2020.
Choctaw/Cherokee college student, Branson Taylor of South Dakota is our guest, in the first part of a two week series on Word With A Champ. Branson is my son, we have interviewed him twice as a teenager in sports. Today we discuss the application of his sports passion, to his college major of New Media in English Literature, at Dakota State University. We are very proud of him and his academic and progress in life, at 21 years of age.
South Dakota’s Pastor Mike Hecht is our guest this week in the second of a two part series. Pastor Mike has served his community in addition to the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and the Navajo Nation in his career. We discuss and apply biblical principle to the challenges of the present 2020 pandemic situation and the importance of the responsibilities involved.
Pastor Mike Hecht of South Dakota is our guest this week in the first of a two part series on Word With A Champ. Pastor Mike served the Navajo Nation for over a decade and learned the Navajo language, a masterful feat. We also discuss his time with the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in the Dakota’s and the challenge of the pandemic 2020.
The number six-man in the nation of the American Fighting Bulls, Richard Ratley is our guest on NV1 Radio Network’s show, Word With A Champ. Richard serves two roles with his talent, protecting bull riders as a cowboy protector, and skillfully outmaneuvering Mexican fighting bulls for spectator entertainment. He has been selected to serve the bull riders at the prestigious PRCA Prairie Circuit Finals and is full time, booked all year long in his trade. It is a privilege to share the insight of the success of a fine man, in such a unique occupation.
One of my favorite individuals in life, Darwin Ehlers of Grace City, North Dakota, is our guest this week on NV1’s Radio Network show, Word With A Champ. Darwin is the main man behind the scenes in bucking bull and riding competitions. His wife Janet and Darwin have been successful raising two fine sons that have retired from riding bulls. Now they raise bucking bulls that compete with genetically designed animal athletes. An interesting sport that puts the care of God’s creatures first.
Dirt track racing driver Tanner Thorson of Minden, Nevada is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Tanner has wheeled the OilFire Spirits Special to the winners circle across the continent from USAC sanctioned events, to the prestigious Chili Bowl Nationals in Oklahoma. We caught up with our MR. Thorson and visitEd about his dedication and challenges to success, in his chosen field.
The Bull Riders of America defending champion, 19 year old Dalton Krantz of Iowa is our guest this week on Native Voice 1 Radio Network’s show, Word With A Champ. An impressive feat in an association that provides good quality bucking bulls, ample prize money and capable contestants in the middle of our United States. Dalton’s ambition and desire is obvious in this interview with the polite and goal oriented professional athlete.
A young aspiring dirt track midget car racer, Cole Bodine of Rossville, Indiana is our guest for Native Voice One Radio Network show, Word With A Champ. This interview consists of a man that has followed his childhood dreams of being a champion. It is wonderful to communicate with an individual that is grateful for the opportunities presented to him by family, and those that believe in him. Cole Bodine is also driving himself towards success in the world of motorsports, with his foot on the throttle, wide open.
Dirt track racing has seen few, if any with the talent of Tennessee’s Sammy Swindell. He started in the 1960’s as a young teenager following his father’s footsteps in the most radical racing cars on the planet, sprint cars. Sammy is a threat to win any race he starts today in 2020. We are honored to interview a self made owner, builder and driver of one of the most successful teams in the history of the sport, the one man team of racer #1, Slammin’ Sammy Swindell.