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Known as “The Dean of NFL Referees” Dr. Jim Tunney is an accomplished speaker having won The Cavett Award, the “Oscar” of professional speaking. It is presented annually to the professional speaker whose career has earned “outstanding credit, respect, honor and admiration in the National Speakers Association and the speaking profession.”
Follow up to the show that just aired about satanic chapters in sothern Calironia. With your host Zach Black ( San Diego chapter head ) and Shea Bile ( Los Angeles chapter head ) . Taking live calls and the chat room is open.
Okay on today’s show we spotlight Dr Dre “ImJustTalkingToMyDiary” (the outtake music from “StraightOuttaComton”); this is a great cut and potential single. Then we spotlight another SB Da G cut “HeadHeldHigh” (this Ala Battle rapper has the goods...) and we also spotlight NY rapper (and video model Blu Gem (“DropAGem” (boy ma surprised us because she’s the truth...)
Our topic today is “is it about sales or is it about bragging rights in HipHop now? Many of today’s rappers would rather have shine than sales. Now why is that? Call in today at (347) 826-7743.
DARC Enlightenment Series - Topic: EWF, inc. State of Affairs:
Special Guest- Bishop Gem Morrison (Sister Askale Mariam), International President of the Ethiopian World Federation, Inc. Part 2
Please join us! Dial 302-202-1110 Pin#993851to tune in live!
Dr. Ingrid Waldron, PhD. was born in Montreal to dentist Dr. George Waldron and Myrna Waldron of the island of Trinidad. Dr. Waldron is a sociologist who is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is a scholar with an active research agenda driven by a long-standing interest in looking at the many manifestations of how spaces and communities are organized by structures of colonialism and gendered racial capitalism. She has a particular interest in looking at how women are differently situated across multiple axes of difference and identity, and on how the social, economic, political, and health experiences of Black, Indigenous, migrant, poor, LGBTQ, disabled, and older women are both gendered and racialized.
Hello everybody I am Grover Weaver this is my International Sunday School Lesson commentary on Acts 8:9-24 it covers a conflict between two preachers, Peter and Simon of Samaria, the sorcerer. Yes I called him a Christian minister he did publicly confessed Jesus as his Lord and Savior he was baptized in His name and he ministered in the Name of Jesus since his heart was not right with the Lord he was tempted by the ‘’lust of the eye’’ and the ‘’pride of life’’.
Let us pray Class that God did lead Simon from the ‘’lust of this world’’. For we know ‘’the world passeth away and the lust of it; but he that doeth the will of God abideth forever'', Amen!
A Christian potpourri inspirational program with your host Chaplain Elmon Krupnik (www.ecainternational.org), featuring prayer, reading of Scripture, sermons, lyrics from hymns and Christian contemporary music from artists Randy and Marli Brown (www.randyandmarli.com), Huntley Brown (www.huntleybrown.org) and Kay Werho (www.chungkyungjoo.net) with songs in English and Korean. Also my sermons, broadcasts and artwork can be viewed at this link http://new.holyfaithart.com/
It is my hope and prayer that you enjoy this time of worship and praise.
Thank you for listening!
Gospel of Matthew 5: 1 Now when Jesus saw the crowds, he went up on a mountainside and sat down. His disciples came to him, 2 and he began to teach them.3 “Blessed are the poor in spirit,for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.5 Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth.6 Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.7 Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.8 Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God.9 Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.10 Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.11 “Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. 12 Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.
Kendale Britton, also known as Doc Illah, is a veteran of the U.S. Army. Having served for 25 years, he was deployed twice to the Middle East. He is now a leader in his community, working with his music to send a message to everyone about the responsibility we have to our future - our children. Since his album, Lessons in Life, was released, he has had 400,000 plus views on his two recent videos.
Darryl Cooke is a veteran Marine of four years. Growing up with a mom in federal prison, he too found himself in the same place, arrested for attempted murder. While there, he was rehabilitated. realizing where his anger came from, he became a student studying counseling. Rehabilitating young men and women at risk is now his life's work. Cooke has a weekly radio show on Chicago's 106.3, where he encourages others to find the good in their souls. Both from Chicago, both from the streets, both military veterans, Brinson and Cooke are dedicated to a better future for the next generation.
The New ED Regulations & their Impact on International Philanthropy
On September 25, 2015 the IRS and US Department of Treasury issued the final regulations concerning equivalency determination standards long awaited by the philanthropic community. Ted Hart, CEO of CAF America, discusses the potential challenges and opportunities created by these finalized regulations titled, Reliance Standards for Making Good Faith Determinations, with Elizabeth Kingsley J.D., A at Harmon, Curran, Spielberg + Eisenberg, LLP.
As an expert in the field of international and domestic grantmaking regulations, specifically IRS and Department of Treasury rules, Elizabeth (Beth) Kingsley will explore in depth what these final regulations entail and how they will impact the philanthropic community. .
The show will explore:
The finalized regulations and their content
The impact these regulations will have on CAF America and the larger field of international grantmaking
Any challenges or opportunities that have arisen due to the regulations
How these regulations will impact U.S.donors
Anna Johnson is the lead policy analyst working on reducing overmedication of foster youth and improving access to community and therapeutic services for youth. With her master’s in public policy from UC-Berkeley, Anna works with young adults and current foster youth to ensure their voices influence policies affecting foster youth.
Karen de Sá is an investigative reporter for The San Jose Mercury News ?, where she has worked for 16 years?. Her projects have exposed inhumane conditions in California's youth prisons and children’s shelters, systemic dysfunction in the state's foster-care courts, the invasive role of lobbyists ? in lawmaking? , and financial abuse of the elderly and disabled by court-appointed fiduciaries.