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Glen Warren, a community leader and founder of Fathers Forever, a Raleigh (NC)-based non-profit organization, has authored a new book entitled Chat and Chew. The book holds 31 short stories featuring a unique blend of Warren’s perspective as a single father of three, a 25-year Social Worker/Counselor for Wake County (NC), a religious leader, and non-profit leader of Fathers Forever, created to strengthen men and reunite families.
Each Chat and Chew story is meant to compel, inspire and motivate readers to view life from a different vantage point. The book also serves as a self-help tool to overcome a myriad of obstacles all human beings face throughout our individual and collective journeys through life.
Glen is a much sought after motivational speaker and has been dubbed the Global Social Worker because of his passion to spread love where there is indifference, to bring hope in the face of despair, and inspire creativity in the midst of destruction. His passion flows through his Chat & Chew stories.
Dana Martin is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Ga. She is founder of Spoken 4 Causes Inc, a non-profit organization focused on community outreach, youth development, education and total rehabiliation. Martin is also a singer, songwriter, and motivational speaker. She believes everyone has purpose, and our youth need the right path to be able to walk in their purpose. Each day, we are given a reset button, a chance to be greater today than we were yesterday. Martin has learned to live in purpose, on purpose and hopes, in life, that she can help make a difference in at least one person's life.
Glen Kuban became interested in the science of the unknown during his college years in the late 1970's. He became interested in the creation/evolution controversy, and came across the Paluxy "man track" claims while reading creationist literature. Soon after graduating college, he took his first trip to Glen Rose with friend Tim Bartholomew, in order to study the Paluxy evidence first hand. They did not find any genuine human tracks in the Paluxy, but did find that the markings in question were due to a variety of phenomena, the most common being elongate, metatarsal dinosaur track, whose digits were often subdued by erosion, mud collapse, and/or infilling.
In subsequent years Glen continued his Paluxy work, finding additional key evidence of the dinosaurian origin of the alleged human tracks on the renown "Taylor Site. His Paluxy work helped prompt many creationists to largely abandon the "man track" claims. However, his Paluxy work was not done to attack creationism or Christianity, but to help set the record straight on the true nature of the Paluxy evidence.
Glen no longer regards strict creationism as scientifically or Biblically sound. He believes an old earth is compatible with a careful and thoughtful understanding of the Bible, and supported by extensive and compelling scientific evidence.
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Lory grew up in the 1970's in a middle-class family in the beautiful state of Washington. Life was good, but not perfect. After school she would gather up some drinks and snacks and hide out in her room playing Glen Campbell's music. Her abusive step-father left her alone when Glen was playing. As an adult, she found herself in some unhappy relationships, but she overcame them and was blessed with two beautiful, smart daughters and two grandchildren.
After her father's death, Lory moved to another state to start anew. She began teaching medical classes for a private college, and did so for ten years before being let go with several of her co-workers. Her disabilities became too severe for her to work, but she donates her time, when physically able, at her local senior center. Lory has always been concerned about elders and the loneliness and abuse that so many of them suffer. She is ultimately concerned that no one is a voice for them.
When Lory heard that Glen Campbell, the man who had saved her childhood, protecting her from the abuses of her step father, had been institutionalized, she began looking into things and reading articles and realizing that pieces didn't seem to fit. Now she works hard to uncover all the disturbing facts about Glen. She also runs a growing Facebook page - called Glen Campbell is loved - where people remember and praise Glen, worry about Glen, and get strength and support from one another while providing care to their own loved ones with Alzheimer's.
The pleasure is his - with his collection of sounds and blends. Music sooths the savage beast in most of us, and music is the universal language. That's what they say. We all are capable of crying, and laughing, we are all faced with challenges and obstacles. With a good song, it can get you through the day, with a great song, it can carry you. Music is everywhere - commercials, movies, on the radio, on the Internet, in someone's garage during a practice section, at the concert, piercing out of someone's home on blast - experience it - and here it is with JGCD, Johnny Davis in the house on the JKN
Glen writes both fiction and nonfiction from his forty-year career and experience as a trial lawyer and consultant in international business and banking.
His nonfiction work as the observer in The Prison Trilogy tells the tales in chronological order of how he came to be a lawyer for a Wall Street Journal heiress and her gay husband and how that representation landed him in federal prison. That is the first in The Trilogy. The second book tells the story of his cell mate, Colonel George Trofimoff, serving life for spying for the KGB, and the final book of The Trilogy describes the prisoners, Glen's experiences and takes a hard look at the American criminal justice system.
From Navy Pilot to entrepreneur, CEO Glen Dakan is reinventing the way you buy a car. On Smart Companies KC, Mary McKenna filling in for host Kelly Scanlon sits down with Glen to discuss Pure Pursuit Automotive, a boutique sports car dealership that calls the Kansas City Crossroads District home. Discover how Glen’s love of cars, tech, and his attention to customer service is creating a unique experience for car buyers here and across the country.
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EMAIL'S SENT TO MONTROSE SHERIFF AND COMMISSIONER GLEN DAVIS FROM BUCHANAN REPORT ASKING IMPORTANT QUESTIONS
If you know Johnny Davis, you know he’s a good guy, now. He wasn’t that way when he was young, and you know what? No one probably could have told him he was going to have a show where he would be throwing down the jamms. And the reason why I spelled it JAMMS and not JAMS, is because Johnny Graham Carcker (Cracker) Davis is popping them preferences, just for all of you who have learned to love this show. THE HONEY COMB HIDEOUT is on the real, all kinds, all types, all styles, all and all we sho love to ball! Johnny Davis also does his show after KINGS IN THE MORNING on Wednesdays, and it’s WILD! I’m going to pretend I’m Chuck Berry and yell, GO JOHNNY GO!