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When you hear the word cult, what comes to mind? Almost always it's something negative or something associated with weird, manipulative practices and behavior. Some people associate orgaznized religion with being in a cult. Others think it's a man made organization linked with sadistic, satanic worship or practices. Whatever the case, it's clear that cults are viewed in a negative light. What happens when you are apart of one? What happens when you discover that things aren't what they seem? What happens when you find yourself apart of immoral practices or perverse behavior while being in a cult? Have you thought that because of certain practices that you may also be in a cult? Listen in as I talk to one man who found himself caught up in an African Spiritual Cult for 7 years! The struggles he faced and what made him finally decide to break free from the cult. Phone lines will be open for questions and comments at 347-855-8637. Show starts at 7PM EST. Don't be late!
Cult(ure) Vault is pleased to share this time with Anointed Poet & celebrate the release of his new book @ 7pm est! (...Monday & Tuesdays we give you more music than you can sink your teeth into & Wednesdays is Open Mic with Caesura's Poet's Playground! For more information: www.cultvault.org)
Remember when you would talk about a movie back in the '80s and nobody had heard of it? COMEDIAN GREG REIFSTECK goes back to remember these CULT MOVIES that only a handful of your friends had seen and cherished, but the mainstream somehow never embraced. His guest this week is steampunk author WENDY L. CALLAHAN (wendylcallahan.com) who is also a movie geek. They will each throw down with their TOP 10 films that eventually gained notoriety thanks to home video and the internet, but back in the day were merely a blip on the box office radar. Films include THE PIRATE MOVIE, STREETS OF FIRE, TIME BANDITS, NIGHT OF THE COMET, BUCKAROO BANZAI, MY CHAUFFER and many more
We are looking forward to interviewing Ronnie from Cult Cigars on June 18th. Cult is one of the hotter new brands on the market and we are looking forward to hear more about this brand, its success and what makes it such a big hit.
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Tonight, Pop Artist Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Iconic Drummer, Lez Warner.
Lez Warner is a world class musician whose diverse drumming talents are always in demand. Lez cut his teeth in the London punk scene before establishing himself as a seasoned go-to session drummer, recording for the likes of Sham 69, Johnny Thunders, The Waterboys, Julian Lennon, Randy California (the band Spirit) and Peter Green (of Fleetwood Mac). His extensive touring experience paid off when he was chosen over 150 other drummers to join The Cult, for what would be described as their "Golden Age".
Lez’s experience (some honed percussion skills during his travels in Africa), talent and passion for music will always drive him on to new projects. He is currently the drummer for “BowWowWow” and will be touring throughout the year.
He also plays with several bands, including a Bad Company tribute called Bad Motor Scooter, and he plays in an Irish band weekly in Las Vegas.
This episode is Sponsored by Metal Babe Mayhem.
Today, the Church is under fire from multiple enemies but all too often, it is the apostates within who prove to be the most dangerous.
The gospel of Universalism--everyone will be saved--strikes at the very heart of Jesus' command to "Go into all the world and preach the gospel." If everyone will be saved, why do we need to tell them anything at all? And then there is the insidious lie--with the taint of Hinduism--that Christianity is just one of many equally good ways to get to heaven. But Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father but by me." He refused to allow any compromise and He taught more on on hell than He ever did on heaven.
Tonight, Walter Martin revisits the Cult of Liberal Theology from the biblical perspective of Acts 20...on Night Watch.
Remember when you would talk about a movie back in the '80s and nobody had heard of it? COMEDIAN GREG REIFSTECK goes back again (like a Back to the Future sequel) to remember these CULT MOVIES that only a handful of your friends had seen and cherished, but the mainstream somehow never embraced. His guest again this week is steampunk author WENDY L. CALLAHAN (wendylcallahan.com) who is also a movie geek. They will each throw down with their TOP 10 films that eventually gained notoriety thanks to home video and the internet, but back in the day were merely a blip on the box office radar. Films include THE ADVENTURES OF BUCKAROO BANZAI, CLUE, STUDENT BODIES, ANGEL, USED CARS, KRULL, XANADU, HOWARD THE DUCK, LABYRINTH and many more
Episode 20 of Building Your Law Practice with Jim Thompson and Nick Augustine
Avoiding the cult of the amateur. Finding value in craftsmanship and professionalism in legal marketing and business development. Listen and learn to avoid the do-it-yourself pitfalls that can undermine professionalism.
About this weekly show:
Referrals are the lifeblood of any business and especially for lawyers, so why is it that lawyers are not getting the referrals they need to grow their practice?
Over the next few weeks we will be talking with Jim Thompson, a retired attorney and author of “Why Attorneys Fail to Get the Referrals they Deserve and Need to Grow Their Practice and What They Can Do About It.” Jim will share with us many of the reasons why lawyers are not getting referrals and some of the things they can do to grow their referral base.
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About Jim and Nick:
Jim Thompson is a retired lawyer who is well-known for helping attorneys get on track to earning more clients through simple cost-effective activities. Jim is the author of "Why Lawyers Fail To Get Referrals and What They Can Do About It"
Nick Augustine helps lawyers share tips and stories about their practice areas by writing their blog content, managing social media and producing Internet radio podcasts.