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MSOL graduate Debra Germany knows first-hand how to turn tragedy into a positive and transformative leadership opportunity, serving others around her through her unique experience. Debra is the Executive Director of Divine Intervention Ministry (DIM), a faith-based organization dedicated to restoring the lives of incarcerated adults and at-risk youth.
On July 9, 2001, her only child, Raymond, was murdered in the Hill District neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Ms. Germany says that DIM was birthed in her spirit through the death of her son. Since DIM's beginnings in 2002, Ms. Germany worked to find community solutions to crime and soothe grieving family members. In 2006, DIM changed directions to its current mission with the launch of the IMPACT (Interceding Making Positive Actions Come Together) program, focusing on restoring the lives of incarcerated adults and at-risk youth. Debra has also worked in partnership with the Pennsylvania Prison Society to develop the Building Bridges program where trained mentors are matched with pre- and post-released inmates to assist in their societal reintegration.
Recently, DIM began a partnership with Renewal, Inc. an organization that provides alternative housing and community corrections services to individuals in the criminal justice system. DIM initiated a faith-based 12 Week transitional programs that offer discipleship, practical resources and mentoring for inmates who are nearing release. Ms Germany is a licensed minister at Jesus Dwelling Place in North Braddock, PA, a former board member of the Center for Victims of Violence and Crime, and a recipient of numerous awards. Ms. Germany has inspirationally turned her personal tragedy into community transformation through servant leadership. Tune in with John Stanko as he and Debra recount her incredible journey and discuss how her MSOL experience continues to be lived out in her endeavors.
BRAZIL GOT KILLED BY GERMANY UNBELIEVABLE HAVE MERCY!!
Personality Speaking features James (Ronnie) and Cheryl Germany who we discuss with me the topic of "Your Missionary Personality". James and Cheryl have traveled on multiple missionary trips. They are involved with several organizations that takes missionary work very seriously. We will be discussing how The Personalities views missionary work.
James and Cheryl Germany are residents of Clarksburg, Maryland. James is a native of Birmingham, Alabama and Cheryl is a native of Washington, D.C. They met 40 years ago and were high school sweethearts. They rekindled their love for each after a 10 year break and together raised a blended family of 6children. The couple has 3 grandchildren and are very excited empty nesters! James and Cheryl have been married for over 24 years.
The couple has served the Kingdom of God in various capacities for close to 30 years. Today, the couple continues the ministry of servanthood by remaining committed local and international ministries that include Credo Recovery Ministry, Life is Hope Orphanage, Lilies, Spiritual Warriors, and Water Boyz. The couple will be returning to Haiti on December 27 to serve at the Life is Hope Orphanage. James attended Azusa Pacific Seminary between 1997 and 1998. Cheryl plans to attend Capital Bible College in 2014.
Wednesday, April 2, 3 pm ET, The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds will travel from Hollywood, USA to Nuremberg, Germany to bring you two stories of World War II only recently uncovered.
Joining the show is author Tim Townsend whose new book Mission at Nuremberg, An American Army Chaplain and the Trial of the Nazis tells the controversial and thought-provoking story of Army Chaplain Henry F. Gerecke. At the end of World War II, Gerecke was recruited for the most difficult job of his life: ministering to twenty-one prominent Nazi leaders awaiting trial at Nuremberg, including Hermann Goering, a chief architect of Hitler’s “Final Solution” and Joachim von Ribbentrop, Foreign Minister of Nazi Germany. Townsend, a former religion reporter at the St. Louis Dispatch, holds master’s degrees from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Yale Divinity School.
In Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War, Mark Harris brings us the untold story of the extraordinary wartime experiences of five of Hollywood’s greatest and most legendary directors, all of whom put their stamp on World War II, and were changed forever by their experience. Harris explores the “lost chapters” of celebrated directors: John Ford, William Wyler, John Houston, George Stevens, and Frank Capra who left Hollywood at the peak of their success to join the Armed Forces and shape the way America saw the war. Harris is the author of Pictures at a Revolution: Five Movies and the Birth of the New Hollywood, a New York Times notable book of the year, and a columnist for. Entertainment Weekly. He is a graduate of Yale University.
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"Joureny Into A Soldier's Life"
In this episode CSM John Hess is heading back to Fort Bragg as a Heavy Weapons Instructor. During his time there he changes his job and receives a promotion to E7. Next he's headed to Bad Tolz Germany. You can call in with questions for CSM 914-338-0944 or send an email to email@example.com. If you send in an email we'll address your question in our next episode.
Those of you following our Blog Talk Radio Show, The first two Episodes are here:http://www.blogtalkradio.com/csmhess Called - Episode 1 - Joining the Army or Navy in 1959 & Episode 2 - Murphy's law We've changed to another link for Episode 3 - CSM Hess as a Recovery Specialist in 1962 and anything going forward to this link:
In this episdoe of Soccer Saavy; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, sponsored by Irrestible Gourmet Popcorn. Mike Murphy and Troy Otradovec are recovering from the butt whopping that Germany put on Brazil. The boys both thought Germany would win, but will they agree on this game? Tune in to see how this game turned out? The World Cup Finals will be set after today's Semi-Final game. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas, the World Cup Finals are set!
In this episode of Soccer Saavy; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, sponsored by Irresisitable Gourment Popcorn. Mike Murphy and Troy Otradovec break down the Semi-Final game between Germany and Brazil. Brazil is missing two key players, their captain Silva and superstar Neymar. Germany brings in a methodical attack that has pretty consistent over the past 5 games. Look for this to be a low scoring affair but at the end of the match, only one team will get to play for the Golden Trophy. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas, Semi-Final Action is coming your way.
In this episode of Soccer Saavy; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, sponsored by Irresistable Gourmet Popcorn, Mike Murphy and Troy Otradovec take all of the knowledge they have, analyze all the games that Argentina and Germany have played, and they will reveal who will be your next World Cup Champion. This should be a great show so call in with your thoughts on who you think will win. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - The Golden Trophy will be hoisted by Argentina or Germany on Sunday.
1)Coach is fifth beatle-his hair
2 Thomas Meuller is Michael Jordan of soccer world
3) germany is equal to old detroit red wings, Boston Celtics greatness
$ german team plays as a unit
5 They are too big and strong
6 the goalie is 6 ft 6 inches and strong
7 German people love the German team
8 Chancelloe merkel loves her team, unlike the nasty witch from argentina
In this episode of Soccer Saavy; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Mike Murphy and Troy Otradovec will analyze both of these games today. France has looked dominate in group play and Nigeria has speed, who will win? Listen to the boys give their thoughts on this game. Powerhouse Germany who won the Group of Death takes on Algeria, who is considered a big underdog. Can they pull off the upset? Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - there is another great day of World Cup Soccer.
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Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx Interviews: Tony Clark & Killing Time, Rock from Germany
Years travelling the globe, sitting in the Himalayas meditating over a sitar, playing the streets of Europe with South American Indians, or bearing the icy cold waterfall of a Japanese zen monastery - all these have left a trace in Tony's musical oeuvre
Tony Clark and Killing Time have been together only for a few months now, but the combination of Emil Abrigada on bass, Sascha Baransky on drums, and Tony´s singing and guitar is the future. "Although we come from really different backgrounds, we spent 3 or 4 hot days together this last summer, and we all loved it...and it was clear that this is
the way we want to play."
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In this episode of The Red Sports Ramble; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec welcome the host of "The Basketball Truth" to the show to analyze the 2014 NBA draft. Who was the first overall pick and what teams made a splash. Then we change gears and talk bout the USA vs. Germany World Cup Game. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - a ton of sports to talk about tonight.