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June 17th Alice Faye Duncan
Alice is a Librarian with the Shelby County Schools and a Test Coordinator. She is the author of several books but we will be talking about Hello Sunshine – 5 Habits To Uncloud Your Day. This is a book for those who need to persevere in their dreams. We will be talking about these 5 habits.
Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest.
Author Nicholas Duncan joins me this week to talk about his book: Tales From A Muzungu
Imagine you are on a plane to a destination you know very little about. On top of that, you don't know anyone else, will be living there for two years, only have a vague idea of what you will be doing, or if it was the right decision. A major comfort is knowing that you aren't the only person having anxiety during this scenario. This is just the beginning of a Peace Corps volunteer’s service. Tales from a Muzungu is about a Peace Corps Volunteer’s two year experience (2010 – 2012) in Uganda. Nicholas Duncan covers the highs and lows of life in Africa by detailing the atmosphere of Uganda and the day to day life of a volunteer. Nicholas writes about his experience with non-profits, adjusting to deep village life, and the surprises of being a muzungu in Africa.
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Listen to the Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) Blog Talk Radio Show on Friday, 2/6 at 2 p.m. (ET) for a LIVE interview with Christian author, George Duncan.
A former reporter and editorial writer, George Duncan has worked at a number of newspapers including the Savannah News-Press and the Meridian Star. In addition to writing his own books, George is a ghostwriter, too. He has also been a Christian for many years. His newest release, Last Stand at Lighthouse Point, is a contemporary suspense story that re-examines the Book of Job.
Call (858) 357-8408 to ask questions of the scheduled guest. Don't worry if you can't listen LIVE, you can always download, at your convenience, FREE On-Demand podcasts of this interview and hundreds of other inspirational interviews at www.blogtalkradio.com/christianauthorsontour.
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Thomas Eric Duncan’s family grieved Wednesday while health officials expanded their efforts to prevent new Ebola cases. And North Texas and the nation grew increasingly anxious about any hint of the illness.At 7:51 a.m., Duncan became the first person to die of Ebola on American soil, after he spent 10 days in isolation at Texas Health Presbyterian of Dallas. A Dallas County sheriff’s deputy who had been briefly inside the Vickery Meadow apartment where Duncan stayed before he was hospitalized. The deputy had come down with a stomachache.
“For the last six years, our economy has gone under assault by the policies of President Obama,” “We clearly need a change in the United States Senate.”Shelley Moore Capito "Every time you hear the congresswoman say something about Harry Reid or Barack Obama, ask yourself, what’s she hiding? She’s hiding the votes that she has taken that hurt you.” Natalie Tennant
Modern Combat Masters, Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant, his Co-Host, Kancho Dan Vena, with Executive Producer, Sifu Restita DeJesus are proud and honored to present tonights special guest, Hanshi Gregory Duncan to the program. Inheritor of the Way of the Winds System.
The Way of the Winds™ system not only entails training in ninjitsu, but also encompasses a comprehensive approach to all of the many facets of Ronald Duncan's history as a martial artist. Self defense and combative strategies are the main emphasis of training as students are also exposed to the traditional Budo arts. such as jujitsu, aiki-jujitsu, kobujitsu (weaponry), and Karate-do.
O'Sensei Ronald Duncan his father,
Born in Panama. Professor Ronald Duncan began training in boxing at the age of seven. Since Professor Ronald Duncan grew up in an area where many of the elite military forces of that country were training in jungle warfare, he learned at an early age to read the signs of nature for directions in and out of the jungle. It was the beginning of a long and very involved career in many aspects of the martial arts.
Ronald Duncan went on to serve in the United States Marine Corp where he was a member of the USMC Judo team and earned one of his earliest black belt rankings. Professor Duncan went on to earn a black belt in several other disciplines such as Hakko Ryu Jujitsu, Dai-nippon Jujitsu Ryu, Sosuishi Ryu, Kin Dai Gakko Ryu, Aikido, Aiki-Jujitsu, Kempo, Kobujitsu (weaponry), and Shinobino-jitsu (popularly known as Ninjitsu). His teachers were all legendary men; Charlie Neal, Ernie Cates, Tatsuo Uzaki, and Don Draeger.
Angie Duncan founded Hosea's Heart in October of 2013 after attending a training with Strip Church / XXX Church. For years she had envisioned a "survivor led" outreach to women in the sex industry. She currently lives in Knoxville with her husband and three beautiful children and is completing her Bachelor's Degree with a double major in Non-Profit Business Management and Bible and Theology at Johnson University. She is zealously committed to God, her family, her work, church, and her community. She is passionate about making known the issues surrounding sex trafficking, sexual exploitation, and sexual abuse as well as sharing the hope she found in Jesus to overcome.
Christian Recording Artist Marlo Moore, born July 24th in Kansas City, MO began her singing career at the early age of five. The youngest of ten children, Marlo began publically sharing her gift in her hometown encouraged by her loving parents. Her dynamic style raises the bar of expectation; she’s known as Simply Marlo to her thousands of listeners. Whether she stirs you into praise or ushers you into worship, the experience will not leave you the same; her fans call it "Marloesque". Marlo released her second CD which she wrote ten of the thirteen songs entitled Simply Marlo Moore Unrestricted Praise &Worship that was Nationally release March 11, 2014.
Gospel Duo Duncan and Rachel
Rev. Duncan P. Lane has been singing since his youth. He has been a member of several community, college, and church choirs/music ministries including "The Brethen", "The Stars of Faith of Bridgeton and the GMWA Male Chorus. He has served as choir director and president for many choirs. He is currently an associate minister, male chorus organizer and Sunday School Superintendent at the New Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in Mays Landing. Minister Rachelle Y. Moore-Lane has been singing since age 5, making her singing debut with "The Moore Family" singing group.
In her first episode of the season, play-by-play voice for the Brampton As joins Audley Stephenson as the new co-host of the NBL Canada Live Podcast. With the playoffs looming, they take a look at the upcoming match-ups and discuss playoff implications.
The Audman and Meghan will be joined by former Windsor Express, Darren Duncan who now plays overseas in Finland and will reflect on his time in the National Basketball League of Canada and his experiences winning a title in Windsor.
Then Kevin Young of the Halifax Rainmen stops by to chat about the hot streak his squad has been on and his improved play that led him to be named back-to-back NBL Canada Player of the Week.
Greetings to all God's people I pray your Thursday is full of God's blessings and favor.I have the priviledge of having Mr. O'Neil Duncan songwriter, singer to the platform for a heartfelt interview as we discuss his life in music and how one day in high school he started a group even though he went on to college to become a teacher, music has always been in his blood. Mr. Duncan is very talented and gifted without a doubt God has truly blessed him with many gifts in which today he has given those gifts back to God and for God's glory.Come to be blessed and inspired Amen. Remember God loves you with an everlasting love.
Coach Nick welcomed Nate Duncan of the Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast to the Live Post Game show after Game 6 of the NBA Finals, and broke down the Finals, The Clippers, Offensive Theories, and lots more. Check out Nate's podcast to fill your NBA void during the off season.
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Author, radio talk show host, motivational speaker, life coach, entrepreneur, beauty queen, and pastor, Dr. Veronica J. Walters, affectionately known as Dr. V, is the founder and pastor of The ACTS Church International in Largo, FL and a native of Russellville, Kentucky. Dr. V is the current and first Ms. Inspirational United States 2014 and the reigning Ms. Woman Classic American Dream. The oldest of eleven children, she grew up in a three-room house with no indoor plumbing using 5 gallon Lard buckets for everything.
Dr. V is a first-generation college graduate. Because education was so important to her, she continued on to become a Ph.D. She received her BA in Communication in 1988, her MA in 1990 and PhD in 1995 at the age 28 from the University of Kentucky. She has had the honor and privilege of teaching at several institutions of higher learning during her time in the academy including the University of Nebraska, Lincoln; University of Georgia; University of South Florida; Tennessee State University; and Hillsborough Community College. Her relationship with Everest University began with her teaching at Everest University, Brandon. She currently teaches at Everest University, Largo.
Dr. V is the author of the book “Use Your Buckets: Twelve Life Lessons For Success” which was featured on Lifetime Television’s morning show, “The Balancing Act” and on numerous radio shows.
Although teaching, speaking, and motivating are important to her, her greatest passion is her family. She is the proud wife of Rick Walters, the mother of 7 children, and a grandmother.
Dr. V's motto is, "Many things will capture your eye, but only a few will capture your heart. Pursue those."
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