God

Does God Change Lives?

If you asked me point blank whether or not if in the history of creation God had ever answered a prayer and changed a life, I’d say yes. Pin me down for some evidence or an example, what then? Do I go with Jonah’s cry of distress from inside the belly of the whale (how […]

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Fern Remembers Stealing the US Marshal Airplane

As a part of hearing my friend Fern’s testimony, in this podcast episode he remembers the night he stole a U.S. Marshal airplane.  This is a point in Fern’s story that he has come to think of as a sort of flight to redemption, a night which eventually took Fern to prison where he began […]

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Second Chances after Prison

This is the fifth podcast in a series in which I ask Fern to give his testimony. We are working on the manuscript of a book. One of the titles we have thrown around goes something like this… Flight to Redemption: A Story of Cocaine, Prison, and a New Life Through Christ. Fern discusses what […]

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An Honest Prayer: Fern is Released from Prison

In the latest Torg Stories podcasts, we’ve been talking with Fernando Fernandez about his life. This includes time involved with running cocaine, stealing a US Marshal airplane, arrest in Cuba, and a prison conversation to Christianity.   In this episode, Fern finishes his 12-year sentence in Terre Haute and Peoria. He talks about his relationship […]

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God Moments: Fern Gets Sentenced and The Gift of a Bible

“Give me a chance to thank Jose for the Bible,” Fern had prayed. The events that actually allow Fern the chance to do that could be explained away as an amazing coincidence. Fern, however, calls them God moments.   In this conversation, Fern covers his trial, the gift of a Bible, and the invitation from […]

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An Honest Prayer: The DEA Arrests Fern

After hearing about Fern’s theft of a U.S. Marshall plane on the last podcast episode, in this conversation Fern tells us about arriving to Columbia and getting involved with the Medellin Cartel, the first prayer of his life, and his eventual arrest by the DEA in the Bahamas the day after the birth of his son. […]

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For the Love of Books This documentary film is about Kathy Patrick, and the Pulpwood Queens Book Club. Featuring the work of musician Jeremy Vogt and photographer Natalie Brasington, you can watch the trailer here.  If you’d like to order the film, it’s $10 and you can write to me at <William.Torgerson@gmail.com>. Love on the […]

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Friday Reads Giveaway

Get entered for a chance to win one of these books. Read over the descriptions and by way of comment to the post, let me know which one you’d choose if you win.  Comments must be left by Sunday 8/26/2012 / 3:00 PM.  That time gives my daughters and I time to make a video […]

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A Grandson Remembers His Grandma

Grandma and Me in Charlotte, NC You might be surprised to know that my grandma Ogie was quite the volley balloon player.  This was a made up game that my sister and I used to play with her when we’d visit her house on Highway 14 across from the Tippecanoe River in Winamac, Indiana. Grandma […]

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