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Justin Peters Ministries exists to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost and to help equip the saved to “speak the truth in love” (Ephesians 4:15). Great care is taken to preach and teach God’s Word in its proper context and simply let the text speak for itself. JPM is overseen by a Board of Directors and Justin and his wife, Kathy, are members of Grace Community Church in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
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This Thursday is our Bacon and Ballers show. We are live from famous celebrity chef Amy Jurist?'s kitchen. She will be creating amazing Bacon entrees for you to salivate over while I sample them. LOL. Check out her page at Amy's Culinary Adventures?. We will also be talking about the upcoming Military Assault Gear M.A.G. event at Hollywood Sports Paintball and Airsoft Park? June 14th hosted by Gabriel Casillas?. Actor Mee Kor? will be calling in to say hello and Phil Abraham-Twitch? will be giving us an update about his upcoming event. So, if you like to talk about Paintball and you love to eat Bacon or listen to me eat it, call in and hang with us. 5-7pm PST BlogTalkRadio.com/ShootUsoon ShootUsoon with David Reaper Justin? The number for the show is 646 787-8384 or you can use Skype and the call is free. If you are going to use Skype it's audio not video and can only be used from a computer not a phone or tablet.
Special Guest, Justin Peters, will discuss his recent encounter with the New Apostolic Reformation's falling star and "BAM"-ologist, Todd Bentley.
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Join Clara L Peters Ministries as the Host of Women of Divine Distinction Blog Talk Radio Show 2015 Good Friday Service “The Last Seven Sayings of Jesus on the Cross”
“Father, Forgive them, For they know not what they DO”
"TODAY YOU SHALL BE WITH ME IN PARADISE.”
“WOMAN BEHOLD YOUR SON….BEHOLD YOUR MOTHER.”
"MY GOD, MY GOD WHY HAVE YOU FORSAKEN ME?”
"IT IS FINISHED"
"FATHER, INTO YOUR HANDS I COMMEND MY SPIRIT.”
We will begin at 4:00PM CST. The call in number is 718-508-9987.
You can connect with the host, Clara L. Peters via Face Book under her name. We look forward to having you join us.
God Bless You Much Love
Susan D. Peters, a native of Chicago’s south side, is a graduate of DuSable High School and DePaul University. Always adventurous, Susan’s curiosity lured her to Liberia, West Africa for eleven years. Her family’s escape during the brutal Liberian Civil War is the spellbinding account of her memoir, Sweet Liberia, Lessons from the Coal Pot. Sweet Liberia, received the 2010 Black Excellence Award for Non-Fiction by the African American Alliance of Chicago and in 2011 the book was awarded a prize for Non-Fiction from the Illinois Press Women's Association.
Broken Dolls, Susan’s second book, represents her foray into the mystery market and is the first of a series featuring Detective Joi Sommers as its heroine. Additionally her work is featured in three anthologies, Baring It All, the Ins and Outs of Publishing, Signed, Sealed, Delivered … I’m Yours, a romance anthology running the gambit of nice and naughty and The Anthology of the Illinois Woman’s Press Association.
Susan currently and produces and hosts a weekly talk radio program on WVON1690AM and manages community relations at a prestigious academic medical center. In addition to her busy career, she has raised five children and is a proud grandmother.
Please join us for a night of great "Coffee Talk" as we share paranormal experiences from the homefront, followed by readings!
Donna DiPietro is a psychic and paranormal investigator. She has worked on many cases including haunted houses and a haunted church, finds lost valuables, and predicted that the Pope would be shot 24 hours before it happened. She has investigated, the largest art heist in history, and has the gift of mediumship. She has spoken and written in other languages, that she does not know, to deliver messages from the other side.
Donna has experienced a NDE and has had contact with her husband since his crossing, and hopes that by making her cases public, it will help in the advancement of paranormal research. She documents her cases at www.psychicstudy.blogspot.com. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I'm back from one of the best Paintball experiences of my life. Yes, Living Legends 8. We are going to recap some of what happened. We also have the founder of United Paintball Club calling in to let us know what they are all about. Looking forward to talking with ya'all. If you want to call in the number is 646 787-8384 or you can use Skype and the call is free. If you are going to use Skype it's audio not video and can only be used from a computer not a phone or tablet.
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Justin de Jacobis -- Born at San Fele, Italy. At 18 he was ordained. After helping found a Vincentian house at Monopoly, he served as superior at Lecce and in 1839 was sent as the first prefect and vicar apostolic to the new Catholic mission at Adua, Ethiopia. His efforts to evangelize met with great opposition., but in 1841 he was included in a delegation of Ethiopian prelates to Cairo to request the Coptic patriarch of Alexandria to appoint one of his monks Abuna (patriarch) of the Ethiopian church. In Cairo, the patriarch denounced the presence of Father de Jacobis on the delegation and intrigued to a point one Salama as Abuna. Some of the delegation then accompanied Father de Jacobis to meet the Pope in Rome. On his return, Father de Jacobis founded a college and seminary at Guala, and in 1846 a vicariate apostolic of the Galla was established, with William Massaia as its first bishop. These developments caused Salama to launch an anti-Catholic campaign. The college was closed, Catholicism was proscribed, and bishop Massaia was forced to return to Aidan. In 1848, he secretly consecrated Father de Jacobis, now a fugitive, bishop at Massawa, with authority to administer the sacraments in the Ethiopian rite. By 1853, the new bishop had ordained some twenty Ethiopians, was ministering to 5000 Catholics, and was able to reopen the college. In 1860, Kedaref Kassa became king as Theodore II and in return for the backing he had received from Abuna Salama, launched a persecution of the Catholics. Bishop de Jacobis was arrested and improsoned. After release he managed to find his way to Halai in southern Eritrea. He spent the rest of his life in missionary work along the Red Sea coast and died in the valley of Alghedien.