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Actors Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes) and Bill Cobbs (Get Low) join the Movie Geeks to discuss their extraordinary careers, and their new film The Tenant.
The film is now available for rental at Family Video and Netflix, and for purchase at most major DVD outlets, including directly from the Indican Pictures online store.
She is a Servant… Faithful and submitted, Tasha served her biological father, Bishop Fritz Cobbs for years at her home church before relocating to Atlanta in 2006. She now serves her spiritual father and Pastor, Pastor William H. Murphy, III at the dReam Center church of Atlanta as the Pastor of Worship. She also serves as the Worship Leader for the Young Adult Division of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International – presiding Bishop, Bishop Paul S. Morton.
She is a teacher… Although young in age, she has knowledge and wisdom well beyond her years. She has a deep revelation of Worship and she shares that revelation with worshippers around the world. As a Worship BRIDGE Tasha shares her God-given insight with worship leaders across the world on how to effectively and consistently access God’s Presence.
She is a Worshipper… The undying Love, devotion, and passion Tasha has for God is undeniable. Yes, it is true that we all enjoy the fruit of her gift of song – but there is no mistaking WHO Tasha is ministering FOR and who she is and ministering TO, when she stands behind a microphone. Tasha prays daily that God would “keep her humbled at his feet and never take HIS anointing away.”
Character actor Bill Cobbs began his acting career relatively late in life after working odd jobs in Cleveland, OH. At the age of 36, he moved to New York and joined the Negro Ensemble Company, making his Broadway debut in First Breeze of Summer. His film career started in the late '70s with small film roles and guest appearances on television. In the early '80s, he worked on several performances for the NBC Live Theatre series and a PBS anthology with Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee. Usually cast as the token old black man dispensing words of wisdom, Cobbs' weathered-yet-honest looks got him several guest spots on TV shows from Good Times to The West Wing. He did end up with a few reoccurring roles on sitcoms like The Slap Maxwell Story, The Gregory Hines Show, and The Michael Richards Show. He even had a part in The Others, the NBC sci-fi drama answer to The X-Files. Perhaps his most memorable television appearance is his role as Regina Taylor's father on I'll Fly Away as well as in the TV movie version I'll Fly Away: Then and Now. Throughout his film career, he has built a long list of credits playing kindly fathers, grandfathers, and even Moses (in The Hudsucker Proxy). He was Whitney Houston's manager in The Bodyguard, an old man in New Jack City, and Grandpa Booker in The People Under the Stairs. Though he appears in nearly all genres of Hollywood films, he occasionally gets meatier roles in made-for-TV dramas like Carolina Skeletons, Nightjohn, and Always Outnumbered. In 2002, he played wisened elders in Sunshine State, Enough, and Sweet Deadly Dreams. Most recently Bill played in "Duck 2007, The Ultimate Gift 2007 ,Night at the Museum 2006 -Reginald Actor Film
Sunshine State 2002.
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The authors that we are featuring today are: Fawn Weaver, author of "Happy Wives Club: One Woman's Worldwide Search for the Secrets of a Great Marriage"; C. Natasha Richburg, author of "The Day Night Light"; and Pat Simmons, author of "A Baby for Christmas". The purpose of this show is to highlight wholesome Christian books, promote them to our audience, encourage you to buy these books for yourself and for others, and most importantly, to see people come to Christ and lives changed for the glory of God.
Musical Selection: “Love You Forever" by Tasha Cobbs, "Better Days" by the Gospel Tabernacle Choir, and "Every Praise" by Hezekiah Walker
Tasha Cobbs reveals how she lost weight in Pasrt 2 of our interview.
Will The Shortage of Available African American Men Force African American Women To Marry Men Of Oth
What used to be undercover is now out in the open - men of other ethnic groups desire black women. Is the idea of marrying only within one's "race" obsolete? If so, with the shortage of available African American men, will African American women be forced to broaden their choices? With high profile men such as the former Mayor Richard M. Daley dating a younger, attractive African American woman, Dr. Adele Cobbs, perhaps other women will consider other options. How will African American men respond if particularly the successful African American women no longer seek them out as potential mates? What social impact could this have? Is this a step toward progress and a less "racially divided" society?
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