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Latest Episodes

Mixed Martial Arts with Rafael Lovato Sr. and Bobby Mayhew

OKC Show host Jason Baffrey is joined by is joined by legendary Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor Rafael Lovato Sr. and Muay Thai expert Bobby Mayhew to discuss Bruce Lee, the state of Mixed Martial Arts, and learning to protect yourself. Rafael Lovato Sr. Tweet

33 MIN2016 JUN 29
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Mixed Martial Arts with Rafael Lovato Sr. and Bobby Mayhew

The OKCPD is Reaching Gang Members with Love, Friendship, and Mentoring

OKC Show host Jason Baffrey is joined by Lt. Wayland Cubit of the Oklahoma City Police Department to talk about the F.A.C.T. program and how love, friendship, and mentorship is making a difference in the lives of young gang members and potential gang members in Oklahoma City. Follow Wayland Cubit on Twitter Follow Wayland Cubiton Instagram Learn more about the Oklahoma City Police Department Become a mentor with The Mentoring Project Tweet

35 MIN2015 NOV 13
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The OKCPD is Reaching Gang Members with Love, Friendship, and Mentoring

“Where Was God?” Producer Steven Earp Talks About The Storms of Life

On May 20, 2013, a tornado ripped through Moore, and other parts of Oklahoma. A tragedy of epic proportions rocked the state and beyond. Tornado in Moore, OK May 20, 2013 courtesy Elevate Faith Productions In the aftermath, Steven Earp, a local pastor, decided the stories of individual tragedy, overcoming, and heroism needed to be told. Out of that, came the award winning documentary film “Where Was God? – Stories of Hope After the Storm”. Steven Earp Earp talks with OKC Show host Jason Baffrey about his day on May 20,2013, some of the heroes of the day, and how to overcome the storms of life, whatever they may be. The movie is now available on DVD and has just been released on Netflix. Steven Earp’s new book Storms of Lifeis also now available at wherewasgod.com Steven Earp on Twitter WhereWasGod on Twitter Where Was God Facebook Tweet

31 MIN2015 NOV 6
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“Where Was God?” Producer Steven Earp Talks About The Storms of Life

The Force Awakens in OKC

The anticipation is building. An entire segment of our community (including us) are about to gnaw theirown arms off with excitement over the December release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. If you haven’t watched the latest trailer go HERE. It is a monumental moment in moviedom and Geek culture. Londall and Dawn Guyse And, just in time for all the hullaballoo, OKC Geeks/Cosplayers Londall and Dawn Guyse are opening a new boutique for geeks in Oklahoma City. It’s called “My Chic Geek“, and there you will be able to find your favorite boutique goods, like locally craftedcandles and soap, but also some of the coolest geek culture itemsin town. From Star Wars to The Avengers they carry a full line of fun merchandise for everyone from kids tocollectors. Darth Londall and Dawn Guyse Londall and Dawn are also part of JediOKCa group of Star Wars fans and cosplayers who don’t just dress up for fun, but for a good cause. Pull out your iPod. Light up your light saber. Sit back and listen...

19 MIN2015 NOV 4
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The Force Awakens in OKC

OKC’s Entrepreneurship Boom with Bold Leadership’s Dave Evans

Dave Evans knows a little bit about leadership. He spent 22 years in the United States Air Force as a command pilot, with over 3400 hours and 1,000 hours of combat and combat support. He was involved with Operation Southern Watch, Northern Watch, Desert Fox, Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom, Noble Eagle, and counter-narco terrorism operations. He commandedthe largest combat AWACS unit in the Middle East, and his career culminated as the Deputy Operations Group Commander of the 552d Training Squadron and 963 Expeditionary Air Control Squadron. After retiring from the U.S.A.F., Dave entered the business realm in Oklahoma City, with a focus inthe energy sector. He served as Executive Vice President of Oceans N.G. and he has worked with Oklahoma’s State Legislature to develop governing rules for CNG stations across the state. Davenow leads Evans Consulting Group and is a leadership consultant, speaker, and host of The Bold Leadership Podcast. Dave joins OKC Show host Jason Baffreyto dis...

28 MIN2015 OCT 28
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OKC’s Entrepreneurship Boom with Bold Leadership’s Dave Evans

Listening to this show could make you healthier

Oklahoma ranks sixthon the list of highest obesity levels in the United States. Hypertension, Heart Disease, Cancer, chronic back pain and other serious issues come as a result of how poorly we care for ourselves. But, what if we actually took precautionary measures to care for our own bodies like we do for our vehicles? Dr. Shawna Ortiz, D.C. In this week’s OKC Show, Jason Baffreyis joined by Dr. Shawna Ortiz from Frontier Family Chiropractic, a Maximized Living Health Center. Dr. Ortiz talks about the misconceptions of chiropractic care, how maintaining our nerve supply and proper nutrition could save our lives, helping deliver babies, and treating the U.S. National Judo, Wrestling, and Weightlifting teams. Listen to this show. It’s interesting and it might just save your life. Learn more about Frontier Family Chiropractic Like the Frontier Family Chiropractic Facebook Page Tweet

28 MIN2015 OCT 10
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Listening to this show could make you healthier

Talking WestFest: Rachael Taylor & Michelle Bui

On this special episode of The OKC Show, Jason Baffrey talks with Rachael Taylor, Director of the Western Avenue Association, and Michelle Bui about WestFesttaking place this Saturday, September 19. With 19 bands, including Deerpeople, Allie Lauren, Bowlsey, Tallows, and Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, WestFestis made for the local music lover. With restaurants like The Barrel and Drum Room, plus many of your favorite local food trucks, the choices of cuisine should satisfy all your cravings. Listen to the show and hear all about it, then be sure to hit WestFest this Saturday. To keep up with all the happenings on Western Avenue, go to visitwesternavenue.com Rachael Taylor Michelle Bui Tweet

29 MIN2015 SEP 17
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Talking WestFest: Rachael Taylor & Michelle Bui

Marshall Matlock Defeated Leukemia and Launched Swab Squad to Save Others

Every three minutes an American is diagnosed with blood cancer. In 2009, Marshall Matlock was an athletic, career minded twenty-something. Then he heard the wordseveryonefears. “You have cancer.” Marshall Matlock Wants You To Be A Hero In this week’s OKC Show, Jason Baffrey talks with Marshall Matlock, who was diagnosed with leukemia and immediately checked into a hospital, where chemo-treatments began. After an arduous process culminating withthe miracle of finding a bone marrow donor in another country, Marshallwent into remission and has been cancer free ever since. After his experience in trying to find a matching marrow donor, he wanted to find a way to help others that might find themselves in the same situation he faced. Marshall launched Swab Squad in OKC to help dispel the myths around bonemarrow transplantsand to recruit donors, so more people have a chance to find a match. The process to get on the donor list is really easy and requires no pain. You can register to be ...

33 MIN2015 SEP 16
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Marshall Matlock Defeated Leukemia and Launched Swab Squad to Save Others

Finding Place With Kari Sowers and The Mentoring Project

Oklahoma City is blessed by a number of organizations doing great things for our city and some that also expand across the nation with their good works. When The Mentoring Projectleaders John and Kari Sowers relocated to OKC a few years ago, the city became anational hub for mentoring and mentor training. Kari Sowers, The Mentoring Project In this week’s OKC Show, host Jason Baffrey talks with Kari Sowers, in-house counsel and lead trainer for The Mentoring Project, about the importance of mentors, their move to OKC, and the upcoming PLACE Conference. With nationally known expertslike Dr. John Perkins, Donald Miller, Bob Goff, Sister Rosemary, Joshua Dubois, and local leaders like Lt. Wayland Cubit,Blair Humpheys, and of course Dr. John Sowersto name a few, the Place Conferencethis month makes Oklahoma City the world epicenter of the mentoring conversation. Learn more about The Mentoring Project HERE Follow The Mentoring Project on Twitter Tweet

36 MIN2015 SEP 9
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Finding Place With Kari Sowers and The Mentoring Project

Racial Reconciliation at the Dinner Table in OKC

We are in disturbing times. A recent poll indicates that Americans have a “dim view of race relations”. In many ways the state of relations betweens blacks and whites seems to be moving backward not forward as one might expect, considering the amount of time since the civil rights movementand the fact that we have a black President. In the past few years, months, and even weeks, tragic and horrific events inFerguson, Missouri,Charleston, South Carolina, Roanoke, Virginia, and Houston, Texashave brought increased exposure and tensions on race relations around the United States. In Oklahoma City, however, instead of taking to the streets, people are meeting at the dinner table to have safe, civil, informative, and enlightening conversations about race relations in our city. An effort called DinnerTableOKCwas launchedin Oklahoma CityAugust oflast year.DinnerTableOKC was a concept envisioned by Taylor Doe and inspired by his good friends Rodney and Cresha Redus. The idea seems simple....

35 MIN2015 SEP 3
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Racial Reconciliation at the Dinner Table in OKC
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Latest Episodes

Mixed Martial Arts with Rafael Lovato Sr. and Bobby Mayhew

OKC Show host Jason Baffrey is joined by is joined by legendary Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor Rafael Lovato Sr. and Muay Thai expert Bobby Mayhew to discuss Bruce Lee, the state of Mixed Martial Arts, and learning to protect yourself. Rafael Lovato Sr. Tweet

33 MIN2016 JUN 29
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Mixed Martial Arts with Rafael Lovato Sr. and Bobby Mayhew

The OKCPD is Reaching Gang Members with Love, Friendship, and Mentoring

OKC Show host Jason Baffrey is joined by Lt. Wayland Cubit of the Oklahoma City Police Department to talk about the F.A.C.T. program and how love, friendship, and mentorship is making a difference in the lives of young gang members and potential gang members in Oklahoma City. Follow Wayland Cubit on Twitter Follow Wayland Cubiton Instagram Learn more about the Oklahoma City Police Department Become a mentor with The Mentoring Project Tweet

35 MIN2015 NOV 13
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The OKCPD is Reaching Gang Members with Love, Friendship, and Mentoring

“Where Was God?” Producer Steven Earp Talks About The Storms of Life

On May 20, 2013, a tornado ripped through Moore, and other parts of Oklahoma. A tragedy of epic proportions rocked the state and beyond. Tornado in Moore, OK May 20, 2013 courtesy Elevate Faith Productions In the aftermath, Steven Earp, a local pastor, decided the stories of individual tragedy, overcoming, and heroism needed to be told. Out of that, came the award winning documentary film “Where Was God? – Stories of Hope After the Storm”. Steven Earp Earp talks with OKC Show host Jason Baffrey about his day on May 20,2013, some of the heroes of the day, and how to overcome the storms of life, whatever they may be. The movie is now available on DVD and has just been released on Netflix. Steven Earp’s new book Storms of Lifeis also now available at wherewasgod.com Steven Earp on Twitter WhereWasGod on Twitter Where Was God Facebook Tweet

31 MIN2015 NOV 6
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“Where Was God?” Producer Steven Earp Talks About The Storms of Life

The Force Awakens in OKC

The anticipation is building. An entire segment of our community (including us) are about to gnaw theirown arms off with excitement over the December release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. If you haven’t watched the latest trailer go HERE. It is a monumental moment in moviedom and Geek culture. Londall and Dawn Guyse And, just in time for all the hullaballoo, OKC Geeks/Cosplayers Londall and Dawn Guyse are opening a new boutique for geeks in Oklahoma City. It’s called “My Chic Geek“, and there you will be able to find your favorite boutique goods, like locally craftedcandles and soap, but also some of the coolest geek culture itemsin town. From Star Wars to The Avengers they carry a full line of fun merchandise for everyone from kids tocollectors. Darth Londall and Dawn Guyse Londall and Dawn are also part of JediOKCa group of Star Wars fans and cosplayers who don’t just dress up for fun, but for a good cause. Pull out your iPod. Light up your light saber. Sit back and listen...

19 MIN2015 NOV 4
Comments
The Force Awakens in OKC

OKC’s Entrepreneurship Boom with Bold Leadership’s Dave Evans

Dave Evans knows a little bit about leadership. He spent 22 years in the United States Air Force as a command pilot, with over 3400 hours and 1,000 hours of combat and combat support. He was involved with Operation Southern Watch, Northern Watch, Desert Fox, Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom, Noble Eagle, and counter-narco terrorism operations. He commandedthe largest combat AWACS unit in the Middle East, and his career culminated as the Deputy Operations Group Commander of the 552d Training Squadron and 963 Expeditionary Air Control Squadron. After retiring from the U.S.A.F., Dave entered the business realm in Oklahoma City, with a focus inthe energy sector. He served as Executive Vice President of Oceans N.G. and he has worked with Oklahoma’s State Legislature to develop governing rules for CNG stations across the state. Davenow leads Evans Consulting Group and is a leadership consultant, speaker, and host of The Bold Leadership Podcast. Dave joins OKC Show host Jason Baffreyto dis...

28 MIN2015 OCT 28
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OKC’s Entrepreneurship Boom with Bold Leadership’s Dave Evans

Listening to this show could make you healthier

Oklahoma ranks sixthon the list of highest obesity levels in the United States. Hypertension, Heart Disease, Cancer, chronic back pain and other serious issues come as a result of how poorly we care for ourselves. But, what if we actually took precautionary measures to care for our own bodies like we do for our vehicles? Dr. Shawna Ortiz, D.C. In this week’s OKC Show, Jason Baffreyis joined by Dr. Shawna Ortiz from Frontier Family Chiropractic, a Maximized Living Health Center. Dr. Ortiz talks about the misconceptions of chiropractic care, how maintaining our nerve supply and proper nutrition could save our lives, helping deliver babies, and treating the U.S. National Judo, Wrestling, and Weightlifting teams. Listen to this show. It’s interesting and it might just save your life. Learn more about Frontier Family Chiropractic Like the Frontier Family Chiropractic Facebook Page Tweet

28 MIN2015 OCT 10
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Listening to this show could make you healthier

Talking WestFest: Rachael Taylor & Michelle Bui

On this special episode of The OKC Show, Jason Baffrey talks with Rachael Taylor, Director of the Western Avenue Association, and Michelle Bui about WestFesttaking place this Saturday, September 19. With 19 bands, including Deerpeople, Allie Lauren, Bowlsey, Tallows, and Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, WestFestis made for the local music lover. With restaurants like The Barrel and Drum Room, plus many of your favorite local food trucks, the choices of cuisine should satisfy all your cravings. Listen to the show and hear all about it, then be sure to hit WestFest this Saturday. To keep up with all the happenings on Western Avenue, go to visitwesternavenue.com Rachael Taylor Michelle Bui Tweet

29 MIN2015 SEP 17
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Talking WestFest: Rachael Taylor & Michelle Bui

Marshall Matlock Defeated Leukemia and Launched Swab Squad to Save Others

Every three minutes an American is diagnosed with blood cancer. In 2009, Marshall Matlock was an athletic, career minded twenty-something. Then he heard the wordseveryonefears. “You have cancer.” Marshall Matlock Wants You To Be A Hero In this week’s OKC Show, Jason Baffrey talks with Marshall Matlock, who was diagnosed with leukemia and immediately checked into a hospital, where chemo-treatments began. After an arduous process culminating withthe miracle of finding a bone marrow donor in another country, Marshallwent into remission and has been cancer free ever since. After his experience in trying to find a matching marrow donor, he wanted to find a way to help others that might find themselves in the same situation he faced. Marshall launched Swab Squad in OKC to help dispel the myths around bonemarrow transplantsand to recruit donors, so more people have a chance to find a match. The process to get on the donor list is really easy and requires no pain. You can register to be ...

33 MIN2015 SEP 16
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Marshall Matlock Defeated Leukemia and Launched Swab Squad to Save Others

Finding Place With Kari Sowers and The Mentoring Project

Oklahoma City is blessed by a number of organizations doing great things for our city and some that also expand across the nation with their good works. When The Mentoring Projectleaders John and Kari Sowers relocated to OKC a few years ago, the city became anational hub for mentoring and mentor training. Kari Sowers, The Mentoring Project In this week’s OKC Show, host Jason Baffrey talks with Kari Sowers, in-house counsel and lead trainer for The Mentoring Project, about the importance of mentors, their move to OKC, and the upcoming PLACE Conference. With nationally known expertslike Dr. John Perkins, Donald Miller, Bob Goff, Sister Rosemary, Joshua Dubois, and local leaders like Lt. Wayland Cubit,Blair Humpheys, and of course Dr. John Sowersto name a few, the Place Conferencethis month makes Oklahoma City the world epicenter of the mentoring conversation. Learn more about The Mentoring Project HERE Follow The Mentoring Project on Twitter Tweet

36 MIN2015 SEP 9
Comments
Finding Place With Kari Sowers and The Mentoring Project

Racial Reconciliation at the Dinner Table in OKC

We are in disturbing times. A recent poll indicates that Americans have a “dim view of race relations”. In many ways the state of relations betweens blacks and whites seems to be moving backward not forward as one might expect, considering the amount of time since the civil rights movementand the fact that we have a black President. In the past few years, months, and even weeks, tragic and horrific events inFerguson, Missouri,Charleston, South Carolina, Roanoke, Virginia, and Houston, Texashave brought increased exposure and tensions on race relations around the United States. In Oklahoma City, however, instead of taking to the streets, people are meeting at the dinner table to have safe, civil, informative, and enlightening conversations about race relations in our city. An effort called DinnerTableOKCwas launchedin Oklahoma CityAugust oflast year.DinnerTableOKC was a concept envisioned by Taylor Doe and inspired by his good friends Rodney and Cresha Redus. The idea seems simple....

35 MIN2015 SEP 3
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Racial Reconciliation at the Dinner Table in OKC
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