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Greetings in The precious name of Jesus! Welcome to TLO Ministry from our staff, Cohost Prophet Oshea Morgan of Dallas, Texas, Cohost Dr. Carolyn Mason of Mighty Warriors For Jesus Prayer Group, Orlando, Florida and Min. Bonnie Howell of Orlando, Florida.
Tonight we are going to hear a awesome word from our Very own Dr. Carolyn Mason of Orlando Florida who loves Jesus with her whole heart.
We, at TLO Ministry are only doing what God has called us to do and to say what God tells us to say. God is our Commandering Chief in charge!
Be bless as you tune in with us on tonite. call a friend, a neighbor an unsaved person or loved one and tell them to tune in. Work your telephone ministry.
Multi-talented Rachel Mason drops by to discuss The Lives of Hamilton Fish, her award-winning cinema rock opera inspired by a true story. Rachel is a filmmaker, sculptor, songwriter and performer. She has written three operas, recorded ten full-length albums, and performed at numerous art museums and other venues, including the Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art and School of the Arts in Chicago. Winner of the Best Picture Award at the 2014 New England Underground Film Festival, The Lives of Hamilton Fish deals with two men with the same name who died a day apart in 1936. One of them was a serial killer, the other a descendant of one of the most prominent families in New York State. Their obituaries were published together on the front page of a newspaper. Told entirely through songs in the newspaper editor's voice, the story mixes the surreal with historical facts. Film critic Phil Hall calls this independent offering the best movie he's seen during 2014.
For this show we introduce you to the very talented Jackie Gray. Emerging artist, Jackie Gray, brings a combination of sultry vocals and piano mastery to her debut album, creating a genre all her own. An authentic singer/songwriter, Gray’s music is a tribute to the vintage-era songstresses of the past. Her soulful yet torch/jazz-inspired voice has a timeless sound that was made for both an antique gramophone and a modern radio.
A Nashville transplant, Gray ventured from Seattle to the Music City in 2011, originally anticipating breaking into country music. After teaming up with 27-year music veteran and producer, Jim Reilley, she spent the last several years crafting a style that blends decades and genres into one sound.
With smoky, impassioned singing and an updated nod to the great musical standards, Jackie weaves a tapestry of intelligent lyrics and delightful original ,yet familiar music. Host Mitch Ruth, will ask Jackie about the journey to her unique style, the differences between making music in the Pacific North West and Nashville, and what is coming up in her musical career. Mitch may also get to ask the fabled question, "If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it; what is the best beginner piano method book to use with a six-year old?"
Host Mitch Ruth
Jackie Gray Kickstarter Campaign https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1304472801/the-jackie-gray-kickstarter-campaign
Jackie on Spotify https://play.spotify.com/artist/7G8Pe8fcuBJIOBkZa9XKsi?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open
Jackie Kallen stops by to discuss favorite boxing movies as well as her experience as the first U.S. female boxing manager. Kallen was the inspiration for the main character in Against the Ropes, starring Meg Ryan, Tony Shalhoub and Omar Epps. Adding to the fun, BTR hosts Wacko Bob, Chuck Skull and Chris Dinkins plan to call in and share their picks for "best boxing films."
With so many exciting movies about boxing available now, it will be interesting to see which motion pictures these four guests will pick as the cream of the crop. Amond the contenders are such films as Ali, The Boxer, Cinderella Man, The Fighter, Girlfight, Hard Times, The Hurricane, Million Dollar Baby, Raging Bull, Resurrecting the Champ, Rocky and Someone Up There Likes Me.
I interview Jackie Barretta, author of the new book from AMACOM, "Primal Teams: Harnessing the Power of Emotions to Fuel Extraordinary Performance."
I ask Jackie:
What has changed in recent years that make team members’ emotions so critical to business success today?
How does your work differ from emotional intelligence, which is quite a familiar concept these days?
You write that negative emotions can be productive to a team or business. This seems counter-intuitive. Can you explain this and give an example?
Jackie Barretta specializes in defining the super-energy of elite teams and helping organizations create it in their own teams. She is also a Practice Director at Virtual Information Executives, where she provides technology consulting to higher education institutions.
Jackie has had several articles published in Information Week and CIO magazine. Her work with primal emotions in teams has won her widespread recognition and dozens of prestigious awards, including ComputerWorld’s Premier 100 IT Leaders, Information Week’s Innovator of the Year, and CIO Magazine’s Enterprise Value Award. She has served on the advisory boards of Hewlett Packard, Teradata, and the CIO Executive Council.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a master’s degree in organizational communication from Marylhurst University.
(Read more about Jackie here.)
Anyone who thinks masonry is uniform values, would be erasing thousands of years of history. Who can tell what motivates change and progress or even if there is a trigger? Our very presence suggests objective assessment. What could be a greater threat to status quo created by any degree of manipulation than the man who is known for balance. Careful observers can distinguish the difference between culture and politics; loyality and ignorance. Choosing to avoid serious study of a religion sparks controvery on all sides and obscures the truth. The mason separates faith- the truth- from its irrasible cousin, religion. Distillation- the tool of the alchemy- shows the presence of faith in the mixture of religious practice, a presence beyond the limits of the mind- the being not create but supreme. Fundamentalism and zealotry can be incendary, so we need to handle those elements properly and avoid explosions. Why conflict? Why rudeness? Somewhere in our minds we have a scale. If we have been 'wronged' it justifies the release of offensive activity to balance the scoreboard. How in the world did winning infect our reasoning? Why then are masons expected to be reflective and how do we come to that state of mindfulness? If we admit there is an alchemist inside each mason, then we reveal each member is a seeker of knowledge and truths.
Today, MC remembers the men and women who fought the 1st World War. However we do it, we must agree those lives were given up for a noble purpose. If we must lie to do that- what does it say about the progress of humanity. R.I.P.
Every Friday at 7pm EST join Tank for sports talk, discussing the previous and upcoming week's games as well as current topics and news. Calls are welcomed and encouraged as debate is encouraged. There will be interviews with past and current college, pro players and coaches. There will also be a Beauty of the Month that will be posted on both the show's Facebook page and also the webpage. The Locker Room, where the hot sports topics are debated.
Matthew Grant chats with current PWE Champion Carter Mason after the show about a few things including a new project he's been working on for months called Wrestling Abaddon & some of the details behind it, his address on his status with Fringe Pro Wrestling going forward, an upcoming PWE Title match with John Greed on January 31st, a recent match with Craazy Steve at PWEclipse & much more!
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