The Saved and Savage Podcast is hosted by Preston “The Pastor of Disaster” Hocker. Preston is a full time associate pastor who’s also logged more than a dozen years training, coaching, and competing in wrestling, boxing, jiu jitsu, kickboxing, Muay Thai, and mixed martial arts. The Saved and Savage Podcast aims to talk about faith, courage, and doing difficult things. Join the weekly podcast and choose to be a part of the Saved and Savage movement that challenges Christians to put their faith into action. After all, God has never called anyone to simply sit on a couch.
Episode 31: Tom Poey
In this episode we talk with Tom Poey about Chuck Norris, liver punches, and how God miraculously healed his son, Maddox.
Episode 30: John Williams
In this episode Preston talks with his first MMA coach, John Williams, about growing up in a holiness church, overcoming relational brokenness, and of course martial arts.
EPISODE 29: Emmanuel “The Matador”Sanchez
In this episode Preston talks with one of Bellator MMA’s top 145lbs contenders, Emmanuel “The Matador” Sanchez.
EPISODE 28: Theo “The Jungle King” Rlayang
In this episode we talk with a new pro fighter, training out of Team Jackson Wink in Albuquerque, NM who was born in Vietnam and survived the jungle to escape to the US. Follow Theo on Instagram at @theojungleking.
EPISODE 27: FitChurch 2
In this episode Preston talks with FitCoach (Matthew Gay) about what it takes to go all in on the thing(s) God has put on your heart.
EPISODE 26: BONUS EPISODE Increase your faith
In this BONUS episode Preston talks about the importance of increasing faith in an effort to keep fear from dictating your life.
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Really great questions and interview. Good energy and uplifting guy. Awesome I got to know him more.
I love listening to this podcast ever since Pastor Rick introduced me to it. I would totally buy a t shirt if they come out with them ❤️ Keep being awesome. Very encouraging.
Encouraging and uplifting
Listen in for interviews with pretty cool people doing awesome things and loving God.