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Michael Lutz came face-to-face with the Bible for the first time in 1994, at age 24. He began reading a Bible and was overwhelmed with a sense of the deity of Jesus. It was then and there that he knew he had to make a choice: either Jesus was who He said He was or He wasn't. Michael's ministry began right away at a church in Connecticut. He began helping with the youth, and later became their youth pastor. He and his wife moved to California in 2001, where he was asked to be a Pastor's Assistant at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa. He has held a variety of pastoral positions, and in 2008 became Senior Pastor of Revive Christian Fellowship in Ladera Ranch, CA. Mike is now heard on "The Reviving Word" radio program in the US and in Belize. He lives in California with his wife, Collette.
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It is obvious that America is under judgment. It is imperative, especially now, that we develop a close relationship with our Creator Jesus.
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Join hosts Tom Riddell and Robin Eduardo as they welcome author William Lutz to The Writers Lounge. Sit back and relax as William discusses what it's like to be a writer and he will also talk to us about his book: The Audio Sensory Guide To Shroedinger's Cat. From marketing a moon base on behalf of NASA, flying an old fashioned World War I biplane (after only a 5 minute lesson) to exploring the underground tunnels of an abandoned SAC airbase and hanging out with the political elit
This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Melinde Lutz Byrne, CG, FASG author of Lost Babes: Fornication Abstracts from Court Records, Essex County, Massachusetts, 1692-1745.
We will talk to Melinde about 17th and 18th century court records which are a rich source of information for historical and genealogical research.
Melinde Lutz Byrne, CG, FASG, is co-editor of the NGS Quarterly and Director of the Genealogical Research Certificate Program at Boston University. She is a cultural anthropologist and archivist by training and worked for Harvard's Tozzer Anthropological Library. Melinde has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals. In 1993 a book she edited won several awards, including the Donald Lines Jacobus Award of Excellence. She has been an officer in state, regional, and national genealogical societies and has been Vice President of MGC. She currently serves as President of the American Society of Genealogists.
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East Coast native, Ryan Lutz has music running through his veins. A mix of Jack Johnson and Jason Mraz, newcomer singer Ryan Lutz is bringing his own authentic songwriting abilities to the table. “All I ever do is write songs,” says Lutz. And it shows. His latest single “She Knows” is an instant hit in the making. www.ryanlutzmusic.com
Financial Survival Network host Kerry Lutz interviewed by Elijah Johnson of Unconventional Finance. They discuss fraudulent financial markets, rigged rates, as well as gold & silver prices. Kerry answers questions about waking up to the financial corruption inherent in the economic system, and speculates about a potential drop in the markets.
This week Michigan's governor Rick Snyder reluctantly appointed an Emergency Manager to run the failed city of Detroit. The manager will have sweeping powers that allow him to void contracts, lay-off employees, reorganize entire departments and basically do whatever he pleases. Whether this will allow the city to avoid bankruptcy is an open question. Detroit is $14 billion in debt with no way out. Population in the last 60 years has decl
Just when you thought it was safe to consume a big gulp soda or smoke a cigar, Mayor Michael The Nanny Bloomberg is back. His latest enemy of the week is that harmless little lovable petroleum byproduc--polystyrene a/k/a styrofoam. Forget the fact that it's an integral part of that hideous weapon that we all love the smell of in the morning--Napalm. More importantly it takes up valuable landfill space, can't be recycled and requires thousands of y
We arrived at Nassau, Bahamas for Mark Skousen's Global Financial Summit, which is a Freedom Fest production. The changes on the island were striking. First we arrived at the new airport, a project that took nearly 5 years to complete. The Bahamian Government gave it over to a Canadian Company in exchange for future payments. Controversial perhaps, but they got the job done for next to nothing. Next, the Chinese are building a $2.6 hotel casi