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Painters Dream Productions is proud to introduce you to the live music talent of the future coming to a club or festival near you. Tonight we will have Uberphonics, Shawn Smith from Evolution and Singer/Songwriter Howard Axtell with Broken Heart Store.
Dream makers and host, minister James S. Williams, welcomes Rev. Brian Mack to our show as he shares his vision for his new ministry, Mackhouse Ministries. Join us on November 20th, 2014 at 10 p.m. (CST) as we talk to this inspirational brother about his ministry, God's calling on his life and how to live out the dream God has given. If you want to be encouraged to go after your dreams, then join us here at 10 p.m. (CST) on November 20th.
Episode 40: Jenn Holt, Owner, We Are Warpaint and Kelly Campbell, Las Vegas Sin, Legends Football League, will co-host the 1 Dream Awards this coming Saturday, December 6, live at the Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. We Are Warpaint is also sponsoring the evening's highlight award the "1 Dream Award" which will go to a #FutureGen Athlete who has overcome tremendous adversity to turn a dream into reality. We Are Warpaint Twitter, We Are Warpaint Facebook, Kelly Campbell Twitter, Kelly Campbell Facebook
“Social networking” has replaced conventional methods of forming friendship. The computer and internet is more important than pen and paper. Polishing responses by e-mail removes the sincerity and replaces it with caution. Discussions of true feelings and the demand for respect is viewed as old-fashioned and “boring”. Videos of disrespectful children go “viral” and “twerking” is discussed as a “fashionable dance”. People who show sincerity are serious and truthful. Sincerity is necessary to unite communities and embrace humanity. Oprah Winfrey proved how hungry Americans are for the quality of being free from pretense, deceit, or hypocrisy. The world cried when Oprah cried, they talked about her vicissitudes and adopted her choices as her choices. Many say the “cult-like” influence of Oprah Winfrey came about because what she talked about appeared to come from the heart.
Too often, what usually passes for sincerity is only an artful pretense designed to win the confidence of others. Oh how easy it is to fake sincerity and how hard it is to be sincere. Steps to becoming more sincere: 1. Act the same way alone as you do when in the presence of others. This is the real you and this is the person that people will trust; 2. Do things out of the goodness of your heart.; don't seek a reward or do things to acquire things from people; 3. Don't do it or say it, unless you believe it from your heart. Avoid situations that require you to offer compliments or to express your opinions.Opening up to others about your feelings, motives and aspirations can cause some people to react in insincere ways and attempt to drag you down.
On this week’s show, we will remember a true transformational leader of our time, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who was only 34 when he gave his “I Have a Dream” speech, which included 6 dreams within…
…this nation will rise up and live…
…on the red hills of Georgia…
…state of Mississippi…will be transformed
...not be judged by the color of their skin…
…in Alabama…join hands…as sisters and brothers.
…the glory of the Lord shall be revealed…
Join us on onCUE! Radio Monday night @4pm CST (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oncue) as we continue our Latter Greater Series. We will discuss the status of each and answer the question of the day – for today is King’s Dream Fulfilled?
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MLK the DREAM & the nightmare: "It's been said, never step into a great man's shoes. Nearly fifty years after his tragic assassination, the presence of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. continues to dwell among the black community. MLK's influence can be seen in the politics, culture, and theology of a people--but is this a good thing, a bad thing, or both? We will talk about it Sunday, in The Barbershop!"
In tonights show, I want to take a look at Martin Luther Kings "Dream" from the perspective of someone who has NEVER known what it was like to be in MY SKIN during THOSE TIMES. In my personal opinion, not much has changed in the almost 50 years since King was assassinated. I might do a contrast of then and now.
I also would like to touch base on a few things that have been happening in my professional life as of this week.
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