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On tonight's Madness Monday show we will be updating you all on the madness that happened this week in entertainment. We will be talking about distractions as well... How are we being distracted? Do we know how to concentrate and focus on the bigger picture at hand?
We dedicate this show to Tulsa, Oklahoma aka Black Wall Street who was bombed by white america on May 31st & June 1st 1921.
Quote of the Night:
“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” - Marcus Garvey
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Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist! Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"
Some people don't consider gospel rap to be a respectable way to present Christ to the world. However, there are those who applaud it for it's direct and brazen way of sharing God's love to a generation who may have never heard of Shirley Ceasar, Richard Smallwood, or Fred Hammond.This episode's special guest is gospel hip-hop artist Gem' N.I and I am looking forward to hearing her thoughts about being an out-the-box artist.
Raised in South Central Los Angeles, Gem' N.I. born DiEsha Carter began rapping at the age of ten after first hearing N.W.A. Her unique style of delivery and Christ centered flow has earned her a diverse following and inspired many.Gem' N.I. has shared her heart at poetry slams, open mic's, and anywhere else her message of hope, love, and faith will be appreciated. In the summer of 2014 she released her first Mixtape "Mrs. Martyr Music" and is currently in the studio working on her new project.
Galatians 6:9 says: "And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not."
Our quote for today is from Denis Waitley. He said: "Procrastination is the fear of success. People procrastinate because they are afraid of the success that they know will result if they move ahead now. Because success is heavy, carries a responsibility with it, it is much easier to procrastinate and live on the 'someday I'll do it' philosophy."
Today, in the Get Things Done podcast we are continuing with part 3 of our series titled, “Overcoming the Fear of Success”.
Caution and fear of success are totally different things. It is prudent, of course, to avoid unnecessary risk and to set attainable goals (which presumably would not include such feats as flying near the sun on wax wings). But having established attainable goals, you should strive wholeheartedly to attain them. You should not be held back by procrastination -- or any other self-defeating behavior -- in order to hinder your progress toward those objectives you've decided are worth striving for.
What it all comes down to is dealing with yourself in a manner that is forthright and logical, instead of devious and irrational. If, for some good reason, you've really decided not to do something, then for heaven's sake don't do it. But having made that decision, eliminate the thing from your mind. Don't let it remain there in the guise of something you're "going to get around to one of these days." The accumulation of a bunch of these pseudo-objectives has a debilitating effect; their insistent nagging diverts you from the matters at hand and prevents you from enjoying your leisure time with a clear conscience.
Coming to you LIVE from The Late Late Shift studio's in Steve's extra bedroom, the host of Lords of Pain Radio's The Late Shift with Steve, Steve, brings you a new, more bite sized piece of awesomeness.
Music, news, television, movies, the internet and in general life stuff will be the topics of the day as Steve sounds off on whatever happens to be bouncing around in his head on a given day. Perhaps controversial, almost definitely funny, always a good time, this will hopefully wind up as your destination for a bit of shelter from the monotony of the really real world, at least for a half hour or so.
So yeah, tune in, stick around, hang out a bit. Be sure to toss your feedback or comments towards Steve directly on Twitter via his handle, @YourAyatollah
Welcome! This is the apostolic and prophetic teaching ministry of Apostle Otha Bell and the Speaking the Word of Faith Prophetic Teaching Ministries. We are a ministry that preaches and teaches the uncompromising Word of the Living God as written and received in the Holy Bible. The Word of God and the revelation of the Blood Covenant will enhance the believer, save the sinner, and assure that the Church is ready for the return of Jesus Christ. We pray that this edition and all of the editions will be a blessing, an encouragement and that God will speak a Word into your life.
IN CELEBRATION OF YOUR CONTINUED BRAVERY COMMITMENT&COURAGE TO REMAIN ON THE PRE-PARED PATH ON THE JOURNEY TO BECOME THE BRAND NEW UNIQUE YOU THAT YOU WERE ORIGINALLY CREATED TO BE♥♥♥ WE HAVE STUDIED INTENSELY THE EARTHLY LIFE OF THE BIBLICAL ACCOUNT OF QUEEN ESTHER WE LEARNED HOW THE ENEMY USES PEOPLE TO PLACE TRAPS SNARES &HINDRANCES AGAINST THE CHILDREN OF GOD HOW ARE WE TO HANDLE THESE TYPES OF SITUATIONS?
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This week we have Carnage the Executioner on the show.
Tim and Carnage cover a vast set of topics:
Carnage's new release: The Ultimatum His introduction to hip hop His creative process Homophobia in Hip Hop Featured track: Keep the Body Bags Handy About the Artist:Terrell Woods A.K.A. Carnage The Executioner is a Hip-Hop artist widely recognized for his mind-numbing lyrical dexterity and uncanny ability to compose musical symphonies with his mouth through human beat boxing. His unwavering work ethic, warm personality and kind heart have earned him the respect of many of Independent and commercial music’s most reputable artists. Carnage’s mouth has been called “The best drummer in town”, in reference to his beat boxing skills.
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