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We have a loaded show for you today. First, Pastor Brian discusses his website's new name Bellator Christi which can still be found at http://pastorbrianchilton.wordpress.com. Second, the podcast will cover how one can still experience blessings in the midst of chaotic times. Finally, Pastor Brian confronts the flawed presuppositionalism of David Hume as he discusses the reality of miracles.
The Hornets really know how to work the "Cable Box." They put on another show in front of their fans and after what seemed like an endless drought against Lebron James led teams, got a signature win in the face of a tough home stretch. Amazingly they did all of this without their captain, Kemba Walker.
We're recapping the game and the three signature performances from Jeremy Lin, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and rookie Frank Kaminsky.
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An update on Kemba Walker's knee injury and status for the rest of the week.
We talk with Adi Joseph, NBA Editor for Sporting News, who's article on Frank Kaminsky is opening a lot of eyes to the quiet brilliance of the Hornets' rookie.
We discuss the At The Hive roundtable question this week, "Which Hornets would you put in the All-Star Weekend events?
A preview of Friday's game against Lebron James' former team, the Miami Heat.
What is this madness?! Did Michael Kidd-Gilchrist just hit a three?! That can't be, he's only JUST returned from inju-OH MY did he just hit ANOTHER one?!
Hornets Announcer Dell Curry couldn't believe it, he initially called the first "MK3" and "MK2" just inside the line before he looked at the replay in awe of Kidd-Gilchrist's newfound range. We try to put our excitement aside and add some perspective. We'll also recap the week and a brutal January full of road trips and tough losses.
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Is Frank Kaminsky's somehow hitting the rookie wall but also hitting his stride at the same time?
We preview the week ahead for the Hornets that includes a four game home stand full of Eastern Conference heavy hitters
Nick Denning joins with what to watch in the NBA this week
Join host Nikki Williams on Wednesday, January 20 at 7 pm for this week's Radio PRS. Our guest this week is angel intuitive Christi Clemons Hoffman. Christi Clemons Hoffman is an angel intuitive whose passion is helping clients connect with their spiritual "team" and the angelic support that is always readily available. Christi was Radio PRS's 'Guest Of the Year' for 2015 and we're excited to have her back. You can call in this week during the show for a mini reading from Christi and Nikki at 646-668-8212.
It will barely be a blip on the national sports conscious. ESPN will give it a 20 second highlight package. Troy Daniels' deep three pointer in double overtime may make the top ten. NBATV might mention that the Hornets won the game after diving into Demarcus Cousins' 56 point performance. And then....with barely a whimper...it will disappear into the cold winter winds of January NBA basketball.
But that may make it all the more sweeter for the hardcore Hornets fans that listen to the show. The Charlotte Hornets miracle after midnight over Cousins and the Sacramento Kings will be ours and ours alone.
Without an above-average NBA starting lineup's worth of talent, with three of their four bigs fouled out, against an unstoppable force of nature underneath the basket, in a hostile environment, in double overtime...the Hornets won a basketball game to move to 22-23, 9th in the Eastern Conference.
This show is our love letter.
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The Hornets also beat the New York Knicks!
We get you caught up on what we know and don't know about the injuries to Nicolas Batum, Cody Zeller, Jeremy Lamb, Al Jefferson and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
NBA picks and GSW/Spurs talk with Nick Denning
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On June 2 1668, Saturday of the Octave of Corpus Christi, at Les Ulmes France, the Pastor of the Church, Nicolas Nezan, began using incense before the Altar leading praise to God. While the hymn Pange Lingua was being sung, “and having reached the stanza ‘Verbum caro Panem verum’, a unique vision of the Eucharistic takes place during before the faithful singing. With the Blessed Host being exposed on the Altar for public adoration, a mysterious shape of a man with light-brown hair flowing behind his head down the top part of his back, a illumination was seen surrounding his face, He had his hands crossed over the other crossing over his body, and he wore a white tunic covering His body.
This vision lasted for about a quarter of an hour as the faithful all witnessed the event. This excited everyone to such a degree that on 13 June Father Nezan sent word to the localBishop Henry Arnauld, who sent for an inquiry. Because of the threat of the French Revolution, the Blessed Sacrament was properly consumed by the Vicar of Puy Notre Dame who feared that Jesus would be profaned.
Speaker and Transformational Business and Personal Leadership Mentor Jen Gilchrist joins me on this edition of Magic of Midlife. Jen has been an entrepreneur for 17 years, and a Spiritual Mentor for 6 years, She has has gone from Struggling Single Mom to a 6-figure Business Owner --making money doing what she loves and empowering others to do the same.
Jen is the creator of the Blissful Bride Program and Enlightened Entrepreneur Program. She works with “Highly Sensitive” Entrepreneurs on a deep level, supporting them to reclaim the confidence, trust, and tools needed to harness their intuition, reconnect with their Unique Purpose, and make it a thriving business, without burning out! Jennifer is deeply inspired and passionate about empowering others to be the Leader in their life and business.
Jen Gilchrist is a certified Angel Card reader and currently facilitating a Free online class Angle Activation. It is not to late to join. Go to www.AngelicActivation.com to sign up. She will also provide an Angle Card forecast for the next week so be sure to tune in to see what the week will hold for us.
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Texas native Kevin Kieschnick Director of the popular Blue Water Kayak Classic Tournament & 2015 Sailfish Smackdown winner Jon Venarchick will be talking about sailfish, big kings and tournament information..
Kevin Kieschnick started the Blue Water Kayak Classic Tournament in 2011 in Corpus Christi Texas. It is one of the biggest offshore kayak events in the world & has yeilded amazing total weight numbers. 2016 will have the Extreme Kayak Fishing Tournament and the Blue Water Kayak Classic together in Corpus for what is sure to be a instant hit for the city and state of Texas.
Jon Venarchick is a Pennsylvania native & moved to Naples Florida in 2013. He quickly became a big name in the Florida kayak scene, he is a guide for South Florida Kayak Guide Inc. and has placed in many Extreme Kayak Fishing Tournaments since getting his big win in the 2015 Sailfish Smack Down.
Recently at "Bellator Christi," we discussed the denial of the resurrection by one Christian pastor named Jim Rigby. It seems that many even in ministry are beginning to allow skeptical ideologies to influence their theological spectrum. However, this is problematic. In this episode, Pastor Brian explains why. Join us on this episode. We will take your calls towards the end of the show at (323) 784-9617.
Ray Brooks first started as a vocalist in the Coral Club, while in high school. In 1958 began his career as a professional guitar player and singer at the Cloud 9 club in downtown Corpus Christi, Texas. He worked throughout South Texas, backing artists as Floyd Dixon and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown. In 1961 Brooks moved to Dallas, Texas, where he worked with Freddie King and the great Buster Smith. Ray arrived in Los Angeles, California in June of 1963, and started to appear in all of the popular L.A. clubs of the time. In 1968, Brooks co-wrote "Burbank Brown", a song that was featured in the hit movie, "Bob, Carol, Ted & Alice". Ray was nominated for the Blues Grammy in 1979 for his recording of "Walk Out Like A Lady". He subsequently toured with the Job Corp. around the country, and shortly thereafter played a lengthy residency at Harrah's Club Lake Tahoe. In 1980 Ray toured South Africa three months with Cashears as the opening act for Tina Turner, and after that, with late keyboard great, Billy Preston. In 2007, Brooks performed the music in a commercial. for French sunglasses company, Optic 2000. Most recently, Ray relocated to the Southern California High Desert city of Victorville. He was a headline performer at the 2014 High Desert Music Festival, and continues to perform throughout SoCal, as well as teach music. In addition to performing music on a regular basis, Brooks currently teaches music at the Excelsior Charter School system in Victorville.
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