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HOLD ON...before anyone starts throwing stones. Hear us out...One of the biggest issues facing Christians today is not the church, false teaching or pimp preachers. Simply put it is Biblical Illiteracy. Most professing Chirstians do not possess a sound and coherent understanding of scripture, starting with sound doctrine, contextulization, and hermenutics. Basically there are many who do not know what the bible says, why it says it and who it is saying it too. Why is this a problem? Join RealTalk Radio this and EVERY SUNDAY @ 10 am as we dig into this very important topic.
Tony's guest on tonight's show is Stuart Migdon, producer of the movie, "Voiceless," which is scheduled for release in October 2014.
Another "CARM Corner" with Ken "Kenobi" Cook. Tonight's topic: The Baptism of Jesus.
The frightening level of biblical illiteracy in American Evangelicalism.
Tony will discuss an article written by Pastor Geoff Kirkland regarding hospital visitation as ministry.
Let's give away some books!
This edition of Dishing Tea with Big Meach will be an installment in our EDUCATION SERIES as we deal with Illiteracy within the African American/Black Community and especially with African American/Black MEN. This show will open our eyes to an epidemic that has our community in perilous times. Rev. Henry Price, former inmate, now social activist and Minister of the God is Calling Men to Freedom Ministries, will be explaining how he has declare WAR on ILLITERACY and how ILLIT
An adult's struggle with low literacy can be a devastating family legacy, a barrier to financial stability, and an emotional obstacle to overcome. Many of us take for granted our ability to read a job application, fill out a a health form, read a label in the grocery store or a sign in a building.
Rebecca Young-Montgomery joins us to share some information about a new program with the Tarrant Literacy Coalition and how you can help 'Be the Change You Want to See."
Approximately one in five adults in Tarrant County (more than 200,000) cannot read well enough to succeed at a fourth grade level, according to the National Assessment of Adult Literacy Survey; However, less than 10,000 adults in Tarrant County are enrolled in ANY kind of adult literacy program at the present time.
In a study of literacy indicators of 69 metro areas with populations over 250,000, Fort Worth ranked 45th and Arlington ranked 63rd. (Central Connecticut State University) A recent United Way of Tarrant County report showed that nearly half of adults in the study read at a "Basic" or "Below Basic" level.
Shar Bates, Dailey Roberts, K Dozier & NGTVZRO give honest reviews on Music/Entertainment/Events/Relationships/FoodThis week we go in on Beyonce' Illiteracy Lord of the Ri
HOST: Kristi Luv The night for INDIE ARTISTS: INCLUDING: Independent, Underground, Underrated, Unsigned, Newly Signed Rappers (emcees) and Singers. REVIEW INCLUDES GUESTS: Bishop, Just Chris (formerly White Boy), Young Trouble & Scolla
MUSIC FROM: J. Jackson, Knox Hill, John the Unlimited, Bishop (Morrison) of SPK, Just Chris, Young Trouble, ILLiteracy (ILL-iteracy), Scolla, K.I.D. Xandre, Tre'Von, Chox Mak, DJ YRS Jerzy, F.A.M.E. (fameishiphop), Sonyae, J. Holiday
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Join your host the Lady CEO, CeCe Cole and special guest Viola Tebah, a former Miss Ghana USA 2013 candidate representing the Northern Region of Ghana who envisions supporting deprived schools and orphanage home in villages of the Northern Region. Originally from the Western Region of Ghana, Viola is taking this opportunity to do something for the students and have established the "Tebah Education Initiative" project.
Viola is focused on educational illiteracy, a vision for the children of Ghana to widen their horizon to be competitive in today's technological and evolving global market.
Her commitment to education lead to a partnership with the Ghana based Eastwood Anaba Social Transformation Organization and have committed to donating over 500 books, Scholarship, and supplies for the students at Fountain Gate International & Mercy Children Orphanage Home.
HOST: Kristi Luv
The night for INDIE ARTISTS:
Including: Independent, Underground, Underrated, Unsigned, Newly Signed Rappers (emcees) and Singers.
LIVE with NC Hip Hop artist, BISHOP of SPK Also Just Chris, Young Trouble and Scolla Live on the Air! MUSIC FROM: J. Jackson, Knox Hill, John the Unlimited, Bishop (Morrison) of SPK, Just Chris, Young Trouble, ILLiteracy (ILL-iteracy), Scolla, K.I.D. Xandre, Tre'Von, Chox Mak, DJ YRS Jerzy, F.A.M.E. (fameishiphop), Sonyae, J. Holiday
Send Music for INDIE NIGHT to krazeradio @ymail.com with INDIE NIGHT in the subject.
"I need me a job", "I don't want to work fast food", "Nobody will hire me","Can you fill this out for me?" These are just a few quotes or excuses that many of the brothers and sisters give in the black community on why they do not have a job. . . it is because many cannot read or many cannot read pass elementary school level or many have dropped out of high school for whatever the reason, did not receive a G.E.D. in it's place????? Just when we t
There is no doubt black children need to study more. This is a fact that cannot be disputed. Research has shown that by the fourth grade, most black children have fallen behind their grade level in Reading and Math. Why?
It is a known fact that most white families invest in their children, by hiring tutors to help with additional practice or starting study groups. However, many black women can pay to have their nails and hair done, but they don't have money to pay for a tutor for their children. Oops! The cat is out of the bag!
Is education a priority in the black community? Do black people know that their children have fallen behind, but most have accepted their children's condition of illiteracy as their future fate?
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley will interview former NBA First-Round Draft Pick: Adonal Foyle!
Adonal Foyle was selected in the first round (8th pick overall) of the 1997 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors. He is the Warriors' all-time leading shotblocker with 1,140 blocks. He is also the only player in Warriors history to have over 3,000 career blocks and over 1,000 career blocked shots.
Adonal grew up in the tiny island of Canouan, where he was raised by his grandmother and pet donkey and relied on a kerosene lamp to light up his room while doing homework.
Although he has received a rare gift to live out his dream to become a professional basketball player, Adonal also knows that it's important to not forget where he came from and to give back to his community every which way he can.
During his 10 seasons with the Golden State Warriors, Adonal committed himself to community serve throughout the Bay Area. He's received various awards during that time, including the 1998 May of San Francisco's Sports Hero Award, the 1997 Athlete with a Heart award, given by the American Heart Association, as well as several NBA Community Service Award.
In 2006, Adonal also started the Kerosene Lamp Foundation. KLF, a non-profit 501c3 organization, helps empower children of the Eastern Caribbean as well as the United States and give them the right tools to navigate life's challenges such as illiteracy, sexually transmitted diseases and economic hardship.