• 02:03

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: Cast from Danai Gurira's The Convert

    in Art

    We close with an interview with Elizabeth Carter (Mai Tamba) & Katherine Renee Turner (Jekesai/Ester) in the Bay Area Premiere of Danai Gurira's The Convert at Marin Theatre Company, February 19 – March 15, 2015.
    Elizabeth Carter has appeared at MTC in Beggar’s Holiday, The Crucible and The Art of Dining. She was most recently seen as The Eternal Feminine in Wittenberg at the Aurora Theatre Company. Carter has performed with numerous Bay Area theaters. Her favorite roles include Rose in Fences, the Bawd in Pericles, Millie in Trouble in Mind, Effie in Dreamgirls, Mistress Ford in Merry Wives of Winsor and Agnes in Agnes of God. Carter teaches Shakespeare performance at Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts and has directed for the Cal Shakes Theater Summer Conservatory for nearly 20 years. She resides in Oakland and can be heard in the historic Peralta House audio exhibit.

    Katherine Renee Turner (Jekesai/Ester) has appeared at MTC in Fetch Clay, Make Man. A Washington D.C.-based actor, she has appeared in that region in Fetch Clay, Make Man at Round House Theatre; The Threepenny Opera at Signature Theatre; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado About Nothing and The Tempest at Shakespeare Theatre Company; The Laramie Project at Ford’s Theatre; The Twelve Days of Christmas at Adventure Theatre,  Rumplestiltskin at Imagination Stage and Photo-Op at UrbanArias. Turner is a graduate of Ithaca College and the National Theater Institute at Eugene O’Neill Theatre.

  • 00:32

    Convince and Convert with Jay Baer

    in Social Networking

    Jay Baer is the founder of ConvinceandConvert.com and host of the Social Pros podcast. Known as a hype-free social media and content strategist and speaker, he is also the author of the New York Times bestseller Youtility: Why Smart Marketing is About Help not Hype.

    Jay has consulted with more than 700 companies on digital marketing since 1994. He was named one of America’s top social media consultants by Fast Company magazine, and the Convince and Convert blog is ranked as the world’s #1 content marketing resource.

    An active angel investor, he’s also involved in an advisory capacity with several social media and content marketing start-up companies.

    At Convince & Convert, he oversees big picture ideas for corporate clients, helps agency customers understand and profit from social and digital services, and spreads the gospel of social and content acceleration with dozens of speaking engagements annually.

    Convince & Convert is not an agency but social and content accelerators. They help you get better at social media and content marketing through audits, strategic planning and ongoing advice and counsel.

    They work with leading companies and agencies to take their social media and content marketing prowess from good to great. In the past year, they’ve completed projects for Wal-Mart, BMC Software, Caterpillar, Columbia Sportswear, Billabong, Visit California, Wyoming Office of Tourism, Petco and many more.

  • 01:15

    Signs of a True and False Convert

    in Christianity

    12/17/13~ Note: This will be an hour and half show. On this episode of #EBCRADIO, Richard Haas will be discussing the difference between a True and False Convert of Christ. We will be listening to an sermon on the subject given by Tony Miano of Living Waters Ministry. Richard will be discussing much more as well. 


    We are a Christian apologetics and worldview radio show. EBC radio is an out reach of Empowered by Christ ministries. We discuss such topics as; Roman Catholicism, Jehovah Witnesses, Mormonism, Atheism, Evolution, Creation science, Islam, the Emergent Church, the NAR, and various other topics. We also discuss Worldview topics in the news that face Christians. 



  • 00:28

    Sacred Sunday~Acts#26/Paul tries to convert Agrippa!

    in Paranormal

    Paul Before King Agrippa Acts Chap. #26

    When King Agrippa tells Paul to go ahead and talk, he does. Oh, he does.

    Paul starts by sucking up to Agrippa a bit (not a bad idea). The king knows about Jewish customs and he should know that Paul has lived a good Jewish life. He even persecuted Christians for their crazy, wacky beliefs. Oh, Paul.

    Everything changed one day when he was on his way to Damascus and… well, you know the rest of that story.

    After his conversion, Paul explains that he roamed all over the place spreading the good word about Jesus.

    That's why the Jewish authorities had him arrested even though he didn't even do anything wrong. He's only been talking about Jesus this whole time. The same Jesus who Jewish prophets and scripture predicted would come. So what's so terrible and anti-Jewish about that?

    Don't You Want To Convert?

    Festus tells Paul that he sounds nuttier than a fruitcake.

    But Paul says he's not mental, and he asks King Agrippa if he believes in the Jewish prophets.

    Geez, trying to convert me to Christianity already? Agrippa asks. At least buy a guy a drink first, Paul.

    Paul says that he hopes everyone will come to believe in Jesus and to be like him—um, except for the chains he's wearing right now.

    Those people could do without.

    Agrippa has heard enough. When he leaves with Festus, he tells him that he can see Paul hasn't done anything wrong. Too bad he had to go and appeal to the emperor. Otherwise they could have let him go free today. Major bummer.

    Thanks to www.shmoop.com

  • 00:29

    4 Key Points for the Potential Mormon Convert to Consider

    in Christianity

    In this Teaching the Truth Liberian Radio Broadcast,"Bishop" Lee Baker speaks about the unique doctrines of Mormonism that sets the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints apart from Biblical Christianity. Every potential convert to Mormonism should consider these questions before joining the LDS Church: 1) What does the Mormon Church teach about God?  2) What Does the Mormon Church teach about the Bible?  3) What does the Mormon Church teach about the black race?  4)  How are we saved? Are works the basis of salvation? 

  • 01:59

    Girls who convert for the wrong reasons - Rain & Sashaa

    in LGBT

    Discussing women who switch sides for the wrong reason

  • 02:57

    Jim Morlino on Catholic film making; Monica Fitzgibbons on the Rosary Project

    in Christianity

    Catholic film producer/director (and one of Sean's favorite guests) Jim Morlino (www.NavisPictures.com) joins Sean to talk about his latest project, the challenges of making feature films on tiny budgets, and the other projects Jim has been involved with lately. 

    Monica Fitzgibbons, co-founder of DeMonfort Music and Aim Higher Recordings, talks about her latest projects, and the incredible success she's seen with projects from religious communities that have hit the top of the Billboard Classical Music Chart (and stayed there!).

  • 03:00

    The Selfie Nation and America's infatuation with itself

    in Christianity

    Therapist and author Leo Battenhausen talks about how the values of previous generations have been swept away in a tide of shallow narcessism. We'll discuss is book, Socialcide: How America is Loving Itself to Death. Also, Sean and Dr. Tim Weldon (author of Inspired: The Casebook of Will Day, and Faring Homewards: The Philosophy of Antoine de Saint Exupery)  look faith and culture. Later in the show, Dr. Helen Scieszka talks about her new novel, Little Girl Lost, Little Girl Found: A Story of Faith, Hope, and Healing. It tells the story of a woman dealing with memories of childhood abuse, and aims to help people going through their own struggles.

  • 02:01

    Signs do not Convert

    in Religion

     4 A wicked and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign be given unto it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas. And he left them, and departed. 

                (Matt  16:4)

    When I was preaching in Philadelphia, a Quaker called out for a sign. I told him to be still. After the sermon, he again asked for a sign. I told the congregation the man was an adulterer; that a wicked and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and that the Lord had said to me in a revelation, that any man who wanted a sign was an adulterous person. "It is true," cried one, "for I caught him in the very act," which the man afterwards confessed, when he was baptized. (HC 5:268.)   

                (Joseph Smith, Discourses of the Prophet Joseph Smith, compiled by Alma P. Burton, p.219)

    I told of an incident in 1971 at Ft. Sam Houston, on guard duty, when an audible voice of great power spoke and my companion on gaurd duty, dropped his baton and fled, thus deserting his post, and was not converted by the display.  Also tells of a man who said "if you can tell me what my problem is, I will 'join your church'", whereupon he was reproved for seeking a sign that he might believe, and the Holy Ghost immediately revealed to me the man was a sodomite which I reported to his face, and who had performed the act in view of the apartment court complex in a window the previous night.  He did not repent and did not fulfill his promise, though he would have been rejected for baptism as being foul and unworthy.  So signs do not convert.  Pharoah was not coverted by signs but watched his army drown in the Red Sea. 


  • Moms supporting one another; a Millenial shares lessons learned

    in Christianity

    Lisa Hendey talks about how moms can help one another and strengthen their relationships; John Bender talks about the life lessons he's learned as a Millenial, and what the job market and the economy look like to him and his friends; Sean tackles the question of material cooperation with evil.

  • 00:54

    Convert or die ! The history of fear.

    in Self Help

    Taking a look into the history of religion and how it corrupted everything in it's path. If you have an opinion on this matter , please pick the "speak with host" option when we are live. 

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