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While my knowledge of hockey is extremely limited tonight's co-host, Tommy Query, is a hockey fanatic and Boston Bruins worshiper-well suffice it to say he really loves the Bruins!
Michael Gemme Bruins fanatic from N.C. will join the fun, check out his Hockey FB Page
Speaking of love for the Boston Bruins~ former Boston Bruin known as "The Enforcer"~ Lyndon Byers (LB)~ will be calling in to get the Bruins juices flowing like only he can.
Mikie, the voice of Catskill Mountain Thunder will be in the house to give us an update on Laconia Bike Week 2013 which runs June 8-16 this year.
This weeks show is dedicated to the memory of AAW Owner Jim Lynam. Joining us this week is Louis Lyndon to talk his AAW Heritage Title Defense this Sunday against Christian Faith. We also talk, AIW, St Louis Anarchy, ROH, Aeroform, Jim Lynam thoughts. and more. We also talk all the weeks Indie news, including PWG BOLA 2015, Jim Lynam passing away, ROH news, Beyond Wrestling Boner, and more. Finally we run down last weekends major results and preview this weekends biggest shows. its your Thursday Indie Fix!!
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actress, author and booking coach Amy Lyndon to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss how she has been able to not only follow her own dreams but help others do the same.
Tonight is the season 2 premiere of Fox's hit show Empire and J'Wan Yvette is having an EMPIRE PARTY! Call in to chat it up about the show, the music, Cookie's unique style, and the explosive happenings to come this season! If you're having an Empire Party at your house, call in and tell us about it. Tonight it's all about EMPIRE!
This Week's Lesson: Facing Our Worldliness - (James 4:7)
When Christians think of worldly behavior, they often focus on specific immoral acts such as drunkenness, adultery, ography, and similar activities. In the Book of James, we see that worldly living is not defined merely by immoral activity. Worldly living can take place in ways we might never imagine would constitute living in conflict with God's Word. In this week's lesson we will become aware of the biblical definition of worldliness and learn ways to avoid it.
Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE on Sunday August 9, 2015 from 1-3 p.m. (EST) as we discuss “The Muslim American Veterans Association (MAVA), and being a Muslim serving in the U. S. Military.”
Our Special Guests will be Commander Lyndon Bilal of Muslim American Veterans Association (MAVA) National, along with Brother Sultan Muhammad (retired – Sergeant Major)
In 1991 the Saudi Arabian government showing appreciation for the USA’s role in Operations Desert Storm/Desert Shield hosted the first delegation of soldiers to performed Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca) thus allowing Lyndon Bilal to fulfill this religious obligation while on active duty. In 1992 he hosted a historic luncheon in honor of Imam W.D. Mohammed at the Pentagon a day before Imam Mohammed became the first Muslim to open the Senate in prayer. Boxing Great Muhammad Ali was in attendance. Imam/Commander Lyndon A. Bilal is a founding member of the Muslim Military Members (MMM) organization which facilitated getting the first Muslim Chaplains officially sworn into the U.S. military in 1993.
Retired Sergeant Major Sultan Muhammad (32 years of service) advised Commanders at all levels from Company through the Department of Defense at the Defense Logistic Agency (DLA) responsible for leading organizations of 100 to over 27,000 military and civil service members.
To join this conversation – which will include, “What does it mean being a Muslim serving in the U. S. military – please Call (714) 816-4673 and press 1 to join us, as we discuss The Muslim American Veterans Association (MAVA), and being a Muslim serving in the U. S. Military.
If a Negro in 1964 has to sit around and wait for some cracker senator to filibuster when it comes to the rights of black people, why, you and I should hang our heads in shame. You talk about a march on Washington in 1963, you haven't seen anything. There's some more going down in '64.
And this time they're not going like they went last year. They're not going singing ''We Shall Overcome." They're not going with white friends. They're not going with placards already painted for them. They're not going with round-trip tickets. They're going with one way tickets. And if they don't want that non-nonviolent army going down there, tell them to bring the filibuster to a halt.
The black nationalists aren't going to wait. Lyndon B. Johnson is the head of the Democratic Party. If he's for civil rights, let him go into the Senate next week and declare himself. Let him go in there right now and declare himself. Let him go in there and denounce the Southern branch of his party. Let him go in there right now and take a moral stand -- right now, not later. Tell him, don't wait until election time. If he waits too long, brothers and sisters, he will be responsible for letting a condition develop in this country which will create a climate that will bring seeds up out of the ground with vegetation on the end of them looking like something these people never dreamed of. In 1964, it's the ballot or the bullet.
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What is the best and worst advice you ever followed?
Some of our best deisions come about when we recognize and follow God-given wisdom from others. As well some of our biggest mistakes result when we listen to someone who appears wise but does not honor God. The three Psalms of Wisdom in this study offers good counsel from the most reliable of sources: God's Word. Far more than pointing you toward specific good choices, these passages when followed can develop principles that can be applied throughout life.