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The Truth about their origin and how the symbols came into use. Also the correct timing of the Messiahs birth.
Christmas, our most celebrated holiday, dedicated to remembering our Lord's birth, is and has been so commercialized, that the true meaning, for most of the world that celebrates it, has been obliterated.
Easter. The name is derived from the feast of Ishtar. Good Friday came from Good Freila. Both are pagan sun god feasts.
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All month long, Coach Jack is looking at how to improve your financial situation: how to wrap up this year in better financial health than you have been in all year.
In this segment, we're talking about how to approach the holiday season without going broke. You may feel pressured to spend money you don't have; here's how and why not to.
WILL BE READING A MADARIS BRIDE FOR CHRISTMAS ON TODAY'S SHOW THIS IS THE 100TH BOOK BY BEST SELLING AUTHOR BRENDA JACKSON
RTS BOOK CLUB IS A SHOW ON ROAD TO STARDOM RADIO THAT CATERS TO BOOK LOVERS RTS BOOK CLUB WILL TELL YOU ABOUT THE HOTTEST BOOKS OUT FOR YOUR READING PLEASURE WHERE YOU CAN GET IT WE WILL ALSO HAVE A Q&A WITH THE AUTHOR AS WELL AS INTERVIEWS PLUS STORY TIME WERE I WILL READ A BOOK ON AIR MUSIC WILL BE PLAYED ALL MUSIC PLAYED ON THE SHOW IS GOSPEL
This show will discuss upcoming events and plans for the annual Laurens County Sheriff's Office Christmas for Kids Program which will include the ever popular Haunted Jailhouse and annual Wrestling Entertainment Show as well as other projects for the Christmas for Kids Program.
Also included in the broadcast will be other happenings in and around Laurens County, South Carolina. It's a show you will not want to miss if you want to catch up on what's taking place in the community.
Join Sheriff Chastain, Lt. franklin and their special guests. Call-ins to the show are welcomed.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are around the corner, so what are you having for the holidays?Will it be the traditional dinners, some fusion or something different? And who's coming to dinner or is it Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? Tune in to the next New Jackie Blue Show and find out what Jackie Blue and Triple “T” may be having for the holidays. I wonder will Triple “T” come this way and visit for the holidays.
Welcome back to WHR You Decide! This Sunday, November 3 at 10am PST, We are honored and humbled to chat with the extraordinary actress Andrea Powell most recently of Ender’s Game!
Fresh off a Hollywood opening of Ender's Game at the historic TCL Chinese Theatre, Andrea stops by to discuss her role in Ender's Game – Theresa Wiggins, mother of Valentine (Abigail Breslin), Peter (Jimmy Pinchak), and Ender.
We will chat about past roles in such movies as The Legend of Bagger Vance and Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2, and such television roles in ABC's The Gates and ESPN's biopic 3: The Dale Earnhardt Story.
On the heels of Ender’s Game, Andrea can be seen in the made for TV movie, Christmas in Conway. Premiering on Sunday, December 1 on ABC as a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie!
Before then, on November 21st, Andrea will be attending and speaking at the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation Gala in New York City!
See you on Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 10am PST for this week’s WHR You Decide with special guest, Andrea Powell!
Marcia Lee Laycock is the author of "An Unexpected Glory". It is Volume 5 in Best-Selling author Kathi Macias' 12 Days of Christmas Series.
Here is more on the story and Marcia:
Pastor Steve is thrilled with the ticket sales for their big fund-raiser - a spectacular Christmas pageant that raises enough money to keep the homeless shelter running all year. Then the phone rings. The news goes from bad to worse and it looks like the entire show will have to be cancelled. But Steve's right hand man, Stanley convinces him the homeless men in the shelter can make it all happen. And the unexpected glory unfolds.
Marcia is a pastor's wife, the mother of three grown daughters, a freelance writer and Christian speaker. She is a published author and editor, having written for Christian magazines and newspapers in the U.S. and Canada, as well as home-town newspapers. Her short stories, articles and poetry have won awards in Canada and the U.S. and been broadcast on CBC radio. Her work also appears frequently on the world wide web.
Marcia and her family currently live in Central Alberta, Canada.
For the past 20+ years I've been a pastor's wife, mother of three girls, caretaker of two dogs, two cats and sundry fish, and oh, yes, a freelance writer. The writing began in the attic of my parent's house where I wrote stories for my dolls. None of them complained, so I kept it up. The Lord has abundantly blessed, challenged, rebuked, healed and restored me through the process of writing and being involved with writers. Visit my website - www.marcialeelaycock.com
Facebook - www.facebook.com/marcialaycock
Adam Dince of Deluxe Corporations shares competitive tips for small businesses heading into the critical Christmas season.
The city of Boston celebrated the Red Sox world series win with the traditional parade through the city. The Duck Boats took the players around as millions came out.
But the team also stopped and paid homage to the victims of the Boston Marathon Bombing back in April – by placing the trophy at the finish line. I tweeted. Not a dry eye in New England.
This is what we call Red Sox Nation. So what is Red Sox Nation really?
Bobby Donlan is a member of Red Sox nation – officially. He lives in Atlanta. He is part owner of one of my favorite restaurants New York Prime – in Atlanta. He is originally from Massachusetts and a graduate of UMass. He is talking to us from Atlanta.
Greg Pearson has written the book, Fenway Fanatics: 50 Boston Red Sox Fans Tell Their Stories. It’s a great Christmas gift
Knox County, Ohio – For many writers, the search for inspiration can be a long and daunting task indeed. Returning to the Close-Up Talk Radio experience is author Paula Jo (Eberwine) Blubaugh. For Paula, inspiration for her book, Dalmatian Road, came to her during a simple conversation with her son while driving home one day.
Released in 2012 (Xlibris), Dalmatian Road offers children a simple and fun way to learn and enjoy the experience of reading. Dalmatian Road is full of life, color illustrations, and imagination. Through rhyming, Dalmatian Road provides children the opportunity to identify different animals and colors.
Recently, Paula completed her latest rhyming book tentatively titled Cloudoscope. Paula is also working on a new book from her family dog’s perspective entitled Black Labradorable. “I just want to continue to share the joys of reading through imagination. I like to think outside of the box and do things just outside of the norm. With Cloudoscope, I wanted to rhymes about how incredible the constantly changing shapes of clouds can be, much like a kaleidoscope, and what the imagination can allow them to appear to be. For Black Labradorable, I wanted to do something different by writing a humorous journal from my Labrador’s perspective. People who have pets often look at them and wish they knew what they were thinking. I’m hoping to have both books ready for release by Thanksgiving/Christmas 2013.”
For more information about Paula Jo (Eberwine) Blubaugh email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 740-599-6473.