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  • 00:30

    Emmanuel AME Charleston Shooting

    in News

    In this episode, Sacerdotus speaks on the recent tragedy involving the Emmanuel AME Protestant building in Charleston which was attacked by racist terrorist, 21 year old Dylann Roof.  Roof entered the edifice and participated in a Bible study.  He then shot and killed nine members of the Protestant community including the pastor who is also a state senator.  The shooting has reminded Americans that racism is alive and well.  It has also started a debate on the existence of the Confederate flag on State grounds.  Sacerdotus addresses the tragedy and the events surrounding the Confederate flag.  


     


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  • 01:01

    Shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston

    in Spirituality

    This week, we will discuss the heinous shooting of nine people that died at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC. In the house of God, as people engaged in Bible Study a gunman opened fire and killed nine people. The shooter is a 21-year-old white man. On Wednesday, June 17th, the gunmen sat in the church, among the parishoners, for an hour, before opening fire. What would drive someone to commit a hate crime inside a church? What actions can churches take to protect the parishioners?  

  • 02:02

    The Sanctity of Sanctuary: Memorial for Emanuel AME Church & The Discussions

    in Religion

    Rouse Ministries Broadcasting & Communications Online Radio Shows - The Pastor J. Rouse Show, The Discussion & Wright On Point Hot Topics...syndicated on Saturday afternoons at 3pm to 5pm on TruLight Radio (SAST) (9am to 11am EST; 8am to 10am CST & 2pm to 4pm GMT):


    - The Sanctity of Sactuary


    -  Rouse Ministries Updates, News, Events and much more...


    -  Memorial for Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, the families, the members, the Church;


    -  The Discussion:  1) Violence/Persecution in the Church; 2) Safety in churches, mosques, temples for freedom of religion; and 3) Forgiveness with you, Pastor J. Rouse and Pastor Gregory Morris of Freedom Church:


    What say you?....Share a prayer or a loving thought or memory for Emanuel AME Church.  We also want to hear from you on our topics of Discussion.  We are opening up our phone lines tonight at 8pm (EST) (949) 203-4735. You can also message us here on Facebook or email us at pastorjrouseshow@gmail.com or connect with us on Twitter @pastorrouseshow


    Covering a covering under God - Live on The Pastor J. Rouse Show...

  • 01:39

    Shooting at Historical AME Church (SC), Janet Jackson's World Tour + MORE

    in Pop Culture

    The show where the listeners have a voice is back at a NEW TIME Sunday's at **12 Noon**


    Join #HolliewoodAndFriends (Hollie Wood, Venor and Miss Juddy) Live Sundays at 12 Noon ET. as they give you the latest #HotInTheBlogs topics as only they can!


    SUNDAY 6/21:



    The AME Church Massacre.


    ALSO:



    Internet Race Wars.
    Hallmark's line of Father's Day cards for Mom.
    Love and Hip Hop ATL
    Janet Jackson's World Tour
    and a whole lot MORE!


    Also #WhatBlowsMine (where you, the listener can call in and tell the world what's that one thing that just gets under your skin)


    Tune in live Sunday afternoon at 12pm ET!


    You can call 646-716-8544 just to listen or press 1 to be a part of the show and speak your mind on the topics.


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  • 01:36

    Massacre At Emanuel AME Church Why Is This Not Terrorism?

    in News

    PimpPreacher.com  Today on Church Folk Revolution Radio we will discuss the Mass Shooting at Emanuel AMA Church. What is the difference between a Hate Crime and Massacre? We will also discuss saftey measures churches seem to ignore.

  • 00:30

    Tribute To Ellen Craft, First Sargeant Michael Wiltz and Rev. Karla Cooper

    in Culture

    Today’s program pays tribute to African Americans who have blazed trails for freedom, in military service and through global ministry outreach. Their selflessness and vision prove once again that Black History IS American History both now and in our past.


    Ellen Craft launch one of the most outrageous and courageous escapes in history. Very fair skinned, she dressed up like a White man with her slave husband, who acted as her darker skinned valet and traveling companion, to achieve one of the most daring slavery escapes of the 1800s. 


    As First Sergeant for a Intelligence Unit, Michael Wiltz serves as the personal adviser to the Commander on all enlisted-related matters, particularly in areas affecting Soldier training. He travels the world as an Army officer protecting our country from terrorism.


    And an international field study trip to Chennai, India turned into a God-inspired opportunity for Rev. Karla Cooper during her 2003 graduate years in seminary.  That fateful trip has yielded more than 125 Indian churches, now fully a part of the connectional African Methodist Episcopal Church.


    Craft, Wiltz and Cooper, three role models who have helped make America become the multicultural mosaic that makes us so unique.  

  • 00:38

    The Role of the Church in Community Development

    in Non-Profit

    Today’s episode is “The Role of Church and Community Development”.  We will discuss the history of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church and its impact on community and society in particular and the role of the Church, in general, and its responsibility to community. 


    Our guest for today is Rev. Albert D. Tyson III, the Presiding Elder of the North District, Chicago Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church. The AME Church was founded in 1787, and has a mission to minister to the social, spiritual, and physical development of all people.


    Elder Tyson is highly involved in the AME Church, and the community and civic affairs of Chicago and beyond.  His resume is extensive, and time does not permit me to share it all, but here are a few highlights.  Elder Tyson is a member of the Board of Examiners of the Chicago Conference African Methodist Episcopal Church. He has served as the Vice-President and and the Parliamentarian of the Board of Directors for the Interfaith Organizing Project (IOP).  Elder Tyson also has served as the Treasurer, and eventually, the President, of the Near Westside Community Development Corporation (NWSCDC). He is a former member of the Board of Trustees for Chicago City Colleges and was recently appointed as a commissioner with the Chicago Public Building Commission. 


    Call in live at (347) 884-8121. You don't need an account to listen, but, if you want to participate in an online chat, open a listener-only account at https://secure.blogtalkradio.com/register.aspx?type=listener to participate in a live chat. Visit Valeriefleonard.com. Archived episodes may be found at http://Valeriefleonard.com/NonprofitU, iTunes, Podcast Chart, Blubrry and Stitcher.

  • 01:34

    Disciples Life Class

    in Religion

    Join Bishop Abrams, Apostle Rose and the Kingdom of God Fellowship Church for the "Disciples Life Class", held every Wednesday beginning at 7:30 pm EST/6:30 C.  An hour of power packed teaching from the Word of God regarding our daily walk as Disciples of Jesus Christ.  Dial into the studio at (646)787-1836.  NO Pin required.  Or click on the link displayed to log onto the Chatroom and listen via the internet.  


    God bless you and we look forward to an awesome worship experience together in the Word of God.  Invite family, friends, loved ones, those homebound or sick and shut in.

  • 01:21

    St. Peters Ame Worshiping Together

    in Religion

    Peters Ame Worshiping Together

  • 00:29

    The Real Deal No BS with Queen Akaiha ~ King Dr Umar A. Johnson

    in Current Events

    Welcome Royal Family, Now calling our royal court to order, Kings, Queens, Prince & Princess take your royal seats. You are in for a stimulating thought provocative conversation on what going on in our lives. Consciousness for sure does Black life really matter to you? Today show is on our relationships. What are the 4 things you need to have a solid relationship?  Kings do you expect your Queen to cook, clean, work, take care of the kids? Do you Queen expect you King to cheat and your're keeping another man on the side?  Queens do you expect your King to work then come home fix the things around the house fix the car and stay in the house with you? Are you telling them what you want before you give away the cookie?   The Royal court in session with Dr. Umar A. Johnson from Hidden Colors 1,2,3, documentary about the real and untold history of people of color around the globe.


    Dr.Umar Johnson is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and Certified School Psychologist who is considered an expert on the education and mental health of Afrikan and Afrikan-American children. Dr.Umar, as he is known to friends, is a paternal blood relative of both the Great Abolitionist Frederick Douglass (1818-1895) and the late Bishop Alexander Wayman (1821-1895), 7th Bishop of the AME Church, both from Maryland's Eastern Shore. Dr.Umar is an educational diagnostician who specializes in special education issues.

  • 00:30

    Vision And The Black Community: From Woodson to Allen To Tuitt

    in Culture

    Adversity has always been the resilient spark that ignites the courage and tenacity of Black people. Through the darkest days of American history, the African American spirit always rises from the ashes of hate, discrimination, and most recently rising levels of micro-inequities. 


    The stories of personal achievement overcoming problems show the true merit of Black people and give us the hope and promise to move forward in spite of our difficulties .  On today’s show we’ll capture that spirit by telling the stories of three great Americans both past and present.  


    Dr. Carter G. Woodson.  Bishop Richard Allen. And Mary Tuitt.  Woodson was the founder of Black History Month.  Allen was the founder of the AME Church.  And Tuitt is a modern day Navy veteran turned public servant and community activist.  


    Three different individuals from three different era.  But all representing the best of the best in the Black community.