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  • 02:01

    Ghoul Talk Welcomes fellow Ghoul friend Lisa Girard Paranormal investigator

    in Spirituality

    Join Gail Peters and the Ghoul girls as they welcome fellow investigator Lisa Girard. Lisa will talk about how investigating has changed from her almost 20 years of investigating! How Paranormal TV shows has influenced it and what it was like to investigate back in the day. We will find out how Lisa Got started in the field and her experiences so far as a female investigator,  Ghoul Talks Chair person Gail Peters will also share some history of ship wreaks in the Great lakes Starting with the Edmund Fitzgerald. This will become a small segment of each Ghoul talk show for the next few months. Myst Hornyak and Gail will interject their experiences investigating haunted ships of the Great Lakes. The Ghoul Girls and guest, Ghoul Lisa Girard, will discuss many paranormal subjects on this lively two hour broadcast. Come join us for Ghoul Talks wild ride,,,,you never know what might come up!

    Little about Lisa: Lisa is currently part of a paranormal group out of Houghton Lake Paranormal Relief Team with our own Deb DeRousse and Carlee Robbins. Her "specialty" is in dealing with negitives and poltergeist. Her original group was Pararmyst. She is now taking demonology classes with Bishop Long, See Lisa complete bio on Ghoul Talk Page.  

    Please join us we would love to take your guestions and or have you speak with Lisa or any of the Ghouls!

    347-850-8292 or listen and chat on line by fiollwing the link




  • 01:06

    Work vs. Welfare with Cato Senior Fellow Michael Tanner

    in Politics

    Cato Institute senior fellow, Michael Tanner heads research into a variety of domestic policies with a particular emphasis on poverty and social welfare policy, health care reform, and Social Security.  Today, we will be discussing the adverse effects of welfare over workfare.  Please join us by calling in during our live broadcast 646-652-4620.  Look forward to hearing from you.

  • 00:43

    The Importance of Fellowship w/ Harvard Fellow Dasan Hanu

    in Entrepreneur

    The beauty of artist-entrepreneurship is there are so many tools available to us in order to grow. In addition to that, when you are associated with a prominent institution it gives you credibility and prestige. Still, artists do not become fellows for the status. You go for the culture, the experience and the challenge. Chris Massenburg is Dasan Ahanu Poet, Emcee, Writer, Playwright, Performance Artist, Lecturer, Educator and slam coach/founder/coordinator of Jambalya Soul Slam and slam champion team Bull City Slam Team out of North Carolina has had great control on his artistic career artistically and academically. An Assistant Professor of English - Saint Augustine's University, Resident Artist - St. Joseph's Historic Foundation/Hayti Heritage Center, Managing Director - Black Poetry Theatre and Member, Universal Zulu Nation - Black Jedi Chapter and has recently accepted a fellow at Harvard University where he is now attending. He joins on the show to discuss the opportunities in academics that make a poet a thought leader in the arts. Don't miss this riveting discussion and make your arts business regal.


    in Religion


  • 01:03

    The Work vs. Welfare Tradeoff with Cato Institute Senior Fellow Michael Tanner

    in Politics

    Cato Institute senior fellow, Michael Tanner heads research into a variety of domestic policies with a particular emphasis on poverty and social welfare policy, health care reform, and Social Security.  We will be discussing the concept of welfare especially when it becomes more profitable not to work.  Please join us in this discussion by calling 646-652-4620.   Look forward to hearing from you.

  • 00:30

    Fellow Workers for the Truth

    in Christianity

    The Psalmist asked in Psalm 11:3, ""If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?"  The Psalmist does not answer this question as it is meant to stimulate meditation in the context of trusting in the Lord.  This question is urgent as we see the foundations of our society crumbling all around us.

    There have been and continue to be many calls to this action or another.  But what are we to do in this present crisis?  We have put a lot of thought into this very issue.  Our years of ministry have been pursuing this very answer.  In this episode of Standing Firm, we will discuss this topic in the context of our ministry here in central Indiana.

    What can the righteous do?  Find out is Friday, on August 14, 2015 at 12:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.  If you cannot listen to this program live, you can listen to the archived program on-demand.

    For more information about this ministry, visit us online at Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity.


  • 00:31

    Pattie Welek Hall, Host of Joy Radio Interviewed by Bren McClain, Fellow Author

    in Books

    Joy Radio "turns the tables" as host, Pattie Welek Hall and author of A Mother's Dance is interviewed by Bren McClain, author of One Good Mama Bone. McClain nudges Hall to read an excerpt from her memoir A Mother's Dance and asks--What is the story about? Why did you write the story? Who’s your audience? And so much more. 

    Pattie Welek Hall is the author of two books: A Mother’s Dance, a Memoir: One Step Back, Two Steps Forward, Full Circle, which will be released by WriteLife Publishing November 6, 2015, and a children’s book, Believe, that was also translated into and available in Spanish, Creer.

    She has also been published in International Brain Injury Association 10th World Congress scientific journal, “Brain Injury,” and Chicken Soup for the Soul: Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries, and hosts an Internet radio talk show, Joy Radio.



  • 01:01

    No Box Thinking with Jonathan Kegler

    in Christianity

    No Box Thinking will host its first Pastor on the show and looks forward to a true Transformation for not only the show but for the listeners as well.  Pastor M.E. Lyons has felt the calling of God on his life from his youth and was called into the Gospel Ministry in 1980 at the age of 4 years old.  While he had indeed been called of God to preach the Word he also was entrusted with the natural gifting of playing music, but soon after realizing there was a call to move to utilizing the gift that had been deposited in other ministries he then began to accept the position of Minister of Music at Churches where his gifting was needed. When God was ready to train Pastor M.E. Lyons even the more, he directed him to the Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas under the leadership of Dr. S.C. Nash, Sr. who helped direct and mentored him as a son to better understand the office of Pastor. In March 2003 he began to Pastor his first full-time Church and after serving until 2006, God was ready for  elevation and was later called to the Goodwill Missionary Baptist Church in Lufkin, Texas where he now serves as Senior Pastor and has been a part of a major move of God in adding to the Church daily, Pastor M.E. Lyons has over twenty five Pastoring/Preaching sons in the Ministry!  Has authored five books, entitled: “Fresh Air” Volume One, and The Mind; The Pulpit of GOD, The testimony of the sheep…according to Psalms 23, and a weekly devotional guide: Fifty-two weeks of Grace, and Sermons and Illustrations by M.E.  In 2011 he received the necessary Invitation from Dr. Joel Gregory to attend Oxford University in London, England and received certification in Homiletics, Hermeneutics and obtained necessary requirements to become a distinguished gentleman of Oxford; while there he Preached at the Cote Church in the U.K.    

  • 00:35

    Why Are Things Going So Bad If Your Church Has God's Vision? [Pt. 21] (271)

    in Christianity

    This devotional Bible study scheduled for November 30, 2015 is based on Matthew 4:12-17 and will endeavor to answer why so many churches who claim to have a "Vision" are doing so poorly!  Daily Manna From Heaven is a ministry of Love Remnant Tabernacle Church and is ENTIRELY LISTENER SUPPORTED. Prayerfully consider financially partnering with us. If you would like to give a financial gift, VIEW THE SLIDE PRESENTATION DURING BROADCAST for instructions on how to do so. Your financial donations are very much needed and appreciated!  E-mail us at manna4today14@gmail.com to receive daily outlines corresponding each Bible study.  Please spread the word about this Christ-honoring, soul-inspiring radio program by telling your fellow church members, family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers about it!

  • 00:35


    in Politics

    Tonight our Show will start our reading on our brother George Lester Jackson, son of Lester and Georgia Bea Jackson Elder brother of Jonathan Jackson who was killed in an attempt to free his brother George.   He was an African Captive in America who never considered himself an African American. A Prison activist who was the cofounder of the Black Guerrillas.George Lester Jackson (September 23, 1941 – August 21, 1971) was an African-American left-wing activist, Marxist, author, he became a member of the Black Panther Party while incarcerated. Jackson achieved fame as one of the Soledad Brothers and was later shot to death by guards in San Quentin Prison following an unsuccessful escape attempt which left Jackson and four others, including a judge, dead. Jackson was the second son of Lester and Georgia Bea Jackson's five children. He spent time in the California Youth Authority Corrections facility in Paso Robles because of several juvenile convictions including armed robbery, assault, and burglary. His life of petty crime was due to his rebellious attitude against the WHITE RACIST GOVERNMENT OF AMERICA. In 1961 he was convicted of armed robbery, for robbing $70 from a gas station at gunpoint and at age 18 was sentenced to serve one year to life in prison. We will examine the work of George Jackson through his letters written to family and friends over the years all compiled in a books called "THE SOLEDAD BROTHERS"   

    During his first years at San Quentin State Prison, Jackson became involved in revolutionary activity, as well as assaults on guards and fellow inmates. Such behavior, in turn, was used to justify his continued incarceration on an indeterminate sentence. He was described by prison officials as egocentric and anti-social.
    As Jackson's disciplinary infractions grew he spent more time in solitary confinement, where he studied political economy and radical theory. H

  • 00:43

    The Amen Ra Squad: And Their Pseudoship In Christian [Dung Cake's Down]

    in Culture

    The Huddle With Israel Doctrine

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    Every human being, especially society’s leaders, has a God-given moral duty to protect fellow human beings from social injustices whenever and wherever it is practical.
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