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This program we will interview ex-member, "Abraham" formally of the House of Yahweh, a religious cult located in Abilene, Texas. Tune in and listen to his story of what it was like to be a part of this mind control cult. This is his story, live, uncut, unedited!
Eric Balkman and Dave Gerczak are joined by NFL Draft hopeful and Abilene Christian running back Charcandrick West who tells the guys what he's learned from working out with Darren McFadden, what current NFL running back most resembles his game, what advice he's gotten from former ACU teammate Daryl Richardson and what it's like to be rising up teams' draft boards. Plus, the guys answer your calls, emails, tweets and more all on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour!
Nick Farrell typical young man who went through life with one foot in Christianity and the other foot in the World. Although I had success in sports and organizations by being picked as a leader I never found fulfillment. I was living on the promise that Jesus was my Lord and Savior, but I didn’t live my life like a Christian. I tried to make it in the world by myself and lived the life of a wild man partying and drinking a lot. I was never happy with my life and was trying to find my way to happiness. Then my world got turned upside down when I was in an accident that confined me to a wheelchair for the rest of my life. Since the accident I have found what I was missing and changed my life to serve God.
I have a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from McMurry College in Abilene, Texas. I have managed several retail stores and owned my own business and been a member of several organizations. By the world standards I was pretty successful. Married active in different organizations and a leader in business. This is the story of the mistakes I have made and the ways God has saved me from harm and even myself. By learning more about God and what he wants for my life I have found a way to live in joy and peace even though I’m confined to a wheelchair. I felt compelled to write this book to show others that it doesn’t matter what you have done so far in your life. There is time to turn to God and seek His guidance. He is there waiting for you to ask Him into your life.
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Aston Whiteside is a pass rushing menace on the outside for Abilene Christian on Saturdays but he's going to be taking his game to Sundays now that the NFL Draft has arrived. The Wildcats defensive end will be a force off of the edge at the next level whether it's at outside linebacker or as a base end. Bringing you the players of tomorrow here today, Rookie Draft catches up with Aston while working out for his pro-day and interviews with NFL scouts. Hear his thoughts on the off-season and the NFL Draft as the Appalachian State defender sits down with Joe Everett to discuss his college career and pro prospects.
The explosive runner from Florida is extremely creative in the backfield and has supreme speed to turn the corner.
Abilene Christian runningback had a great career as the Wildcats' feature ball carrier and now sets his sights on the NFL Draft.
Joe Everett sits down with the brother of Bernard Scott to discuss his college career and pro prospects.
RookieDraft.com has the latest on all of your favorite college football prospects.
Liz Sloan was born in Abilene, TX and grew up in a small west Texas town called Breckenridge. When she was three years old her mother entered her into violin training. Her first violin was a Cracker Jack Box with a ruler taped to it. She was home schooled for most of her childhood so she could focus on playing violin. She eventually got fed up with the classical world and looked for a change in the world of country and bluegrass. She joined began touring with Bob Wayne and the Outlaw Carnies in 2009 where she met Jared.
Jared was born in Pensacola and grew up in Chattanooga, TN. He grew up playing in local punk bands that never made it out of the basement. He joined the Navy in 2001 and after his time in the Navy he wanted to play music again so he bought an upright bass and taught himself how to play. He played in a lot of New England rockabilly and psychobilly bands as well as partially fronting his own band, Soul Reapin' 3. In 2009 he decided to 'make a go at the music thing' and left everything behind to tour with the Hillbilly Hellcats in Europe for a month. The day he came back he got a phone call from Bob Wayne saying that he needed a bass player. That evening Jared hit the road from Connecticut and met the Carnies in Austin, TX.
Liz and Jared hit it off immediately and since then have toured and recorded with countless bands in the roots community. The Urban Pioneers are Liz and Jared's new project where they set out to conquer the blacktop sea playing their brand of old time music that is guaranteed to get you stomping your feet!
How do genetically modified crops, exploitation of water supplies, excessive use of chemicals, and soil degradation affect you and your family? Combining personal observation and careful research, my guest this week offers clear solutions to each problem and provides ample resources aimed at facilitating a more healthy and self-sufficient life.
ERIC HERM was raised on a cotton farm near Ackerly, Texas. He graduated from Abilene Christian University with a degree in broadcast journalism. After working in sports television broadcasting, he traveled extensively. Herm eventually returned to Texas to work the land that has been in his family for almost 100 years. Startled by the changes he saw in the land, he began to change practices on his own farm and to speak out against the ravages caused by commercial agriculture. Eric lives on the farm with his wife, Alison, and their two sons. His book, _SON OF A FARMER, CHILD OF THE EARTH_, was awarded the Book of the Week by Organic Consumers. For more information, please visit: www.sonofafarmer.com
Patterned after the typical format of an open meeting in a 12-step group, the show will be a speaker meeting. Guests will be from AA, NA or AlAnon and will share their perspective on what they were like, what happened and what they are like now.
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley The Total Tutor interviews not ONE, but TWO Finalists of the the "Biggest Loser" Season 13-Mark Cornelison, and Buddy Shuh!
BUDDY SHUH was born on an Army base in Landstuhl, Germany and raised in Michigan, Ohio and Florida with his four siblings. In high school, Buddy was captain of both his football and wrestling teams and was voted "most athletic" his senior year. While attending Ohio State University, he played football for a while, and he later received a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Eastern Michigan University. When Buddy stopped playing sports, he stopped exercising, and that, coupled with a poor diet, led to his weight gain.
MARK CORNELISON wanted to go on The Biggest Loser because he's ready to make the life changes necessary to get healthy and hopes to give his "smokin' hot wife a smokin' hot husband!" He was born in San Angelo, Texas and raised in Abilene with his older sister, who has Down syndrome. He received a marketing degree from the University of North Texas, and he says a poor diet and lack of exercise led him to start gaining weight in high school. Now 43 years old and 291 pounds, Mark suffers from high blood pressure, high cholesterol and acid reflux.
DAVID TEEMS LIVES IN FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE with his wife, Benita. They have two sons—Shad and Adam (Adam and his wife, Katie, have three children—Julian, Evie, and Audrey Gray). A self-confessed logophile, David will tell you his higher passions are literary (as are some of his lower ones). He earned his undergraduate degree (BA Psychology) at Georgia State University and attended graduate school (educational psychology) at GSU until music proved too strong of a temptation. He abandoned the academics to pursue music. Transitioning from music to books just a few years ago, To Love Is Christ, a devotional, was released in 2005 by Thomas Nelson Publishers. And Thereby Hangs A Tale: What I Really Know About the Devoted Life I Learned From My Dogs released from Harvest House Publishers (June 2010) and went into a second edition within a few months. Majestie:The King Behind the King James Bible released in October 2010 from Thomas Nelson. Discovering Your Spiritual Center released in October, 2011 from Leafwood Publishers (Abilene Christian University Press). Tyndale: The Man Who Gave God An English Voice, a biography of the bible translator and martyr William Tyndale released in January 2012. David has recorded eight albums now, including three recordings featuring voiceover/music: Hope, More Hope, and his latest, Speak To Me: For A Faith That Comes By Hearing, featuring the ambient music of Phil Keaggy and Nashville studio guitarist, Tom Hemby. Check out David Teems at: https://www.facebook.com/davidteems https://twitter.com/davidteems Website: www.davidteems.com
In this show tonight we hear testimonies of former members of the religious cult, House of Yahweh out of Abilene, Texas. Come and listen to real truth of those who endured the pain and suffering at the hands at Buffalo Bill Hawkins and his Wild West Show...
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley will interview former contestant on the hit TV Show “The Biggest Loser”. Please welcome Mr. Mark Cornelison to the show!
wanted to go on The Biggest Loser because he’s ready to make the life changes necessary to get healthy and hopes to give his “smokin’ hot wife a smokin’ hot husband!” He was born in San Angelo, Texas and raised in Abilene with his older sister, who has Down syndrome. He received a marketing degree from the University of North Texas, and he says a poor diet and lack of exercise led him to start gaining weight in high school. Now 43 years old and 291 pounds, Mark suffers from high blood pressure, high cholesterol and acid reflux. As a youth pastor, Mark enjoys doing volunteer work and going on missionary trips, both of which have been more challenging due to his weight. He knew it was time to make a life change when he increased dosage on one medication and started another this year. Now a married father of three teenagers – two sons and one daughter – Mark hopes to go rock climbing and possibly run a marathon after he loses the weight. He also looks forward to being a healthy role model for his family and the kids he works with.