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Have you ever felt like you’ve hit rock bottom? Have you come to that place in life when you’ve had just about all you can take and you don't know what else to do. You know...it’s that place that feels like a dark and deep pit with no way out. Have you ever been there? Maybe you’re there right now. Or maybe you're the leader who has said, "I just need to leave the ministry. I cannot continue like this. I've lost it. I am worthless and there is nothing that I have to offer any more." You've been searching for a purpose and meaning in life. You’ve tried this road and that road, but so far all roads have led to detours and dead ends. As believers, we frequently seek solutions which flagrantly disregard what the Bible has to say, in favor of what worldly wisdom claims will work. Join us as we discover what God says to do. Tune in as Min. Pat Wright ministers this powerful topic. Grab your Bibles, note pads and ink pens and journey with us as we continue our discussion on "There's a Crack in Your Armour"
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The Wisconsin Badgers officially hired former USC Trojans defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox to the same position on Thursday, replacing Dave Aranda. What should we expect from Wilcox, and what's the ceiling for the Badgers' defense in 2017 with foes like Aranda's LSU, Michigan State, Michigan and Ohio State? We ask Jason Galloway from the Wisconsin State Journal at 8:05.
Former walk-on Joe Schobert hopes to improve his draft stock in the Reese's Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., this week. Can the standout linebacker turn heads, and who else shined during Senior Bowl practices this week? We ask B5Q Godfather and current WGN Radio and Chicago Bears Insider Adam Hoge at 8:40.
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Tenishia Ruff, is the Women's Basketball Director of Operations for University of Hawaii at
Manoa. Ruff is responsible for coordinating and organizing the team’s travel logistics, managing
the team's budget, assisting with team’s fundraising and community service activities, and
serving as the booster club liaison. Prior to this Hawaii , Ruff was stateside as Director of
Events and Operations for the Northeast Conference , Director of Events for the WBCA and
DOB at Jacksonsville University. As you can see Director of Operations, DOB, positions are
great launching pads into Athletic Administration from campus, conference or professional
Join us on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith at 11:30 am est Come listen to our
guest career path, her advice for others and her current initiatives. Right here On A Chat in the
Garden with Monique A J Smith, where Significances Blooms via 347-989-8385 or www.chatinthegarden.com
1/21/2016 THIS Thursday SETH NEBLETT!!
Seth Neblett is an American photographer, singer and editor. Born in Highland Park, MI. He is the only child of American funk/R&B singer Mallia Franklin of Parliament-Funkadelic/Parlet fame, also known as the Queen of Funk and session drummer Nathaniel "Nate" Neblett. As a child, he sang on songs by Parliament, Funkadelic and Bootsy's Rubber Band "This Boot Is Made For Funk'n". In 1989, Derrick Ladd (A&R) offered him an opportunity to join the roster of the newly formed LaFace Records, but Seth declined because he was reluctant to leave his group to become a solo artist. His photography credits include the PBS P-Funk documentary "One Nation Under A Groove" and he also photographed Parlet (his mother Mallia, Shirley Hayden and Jeanette Washington) for the cover of "Funk U! magazine" in France in 1997. Most recently he shot the cover of Diva, Miki Howard's 2008 release "Private Collection" and the 2008 cover of cookbook "[Champagne & Collard Greens]" for Maxi B. Seth has also been credited at one time as Miki Howard's publicist. In 2008, Seth was the editor at large of an entertainment website launched that he conceived called grownpeoplesbiz.com. The site was defunct shortly after. He's created content with friends and music celebrities like Maxi B. of the Mary Jane Girls, Miki Howard, Sheila E. and others. Seth is writing a autobiography with his mother and her funk singing sisters, The Brides of Funkenstein and Parlet. Seth's Mother, Mallia "Queen of Funk" Franklin died at the age of 57 in 2010. Seth directed his first two music videos in 2010, "Favorite Time of the Year" for Miki Howard and "Dedicated" for Vesta Williams.
Today we have Bro. Ashra Kwesi, a long time protege of Dr. Josef Ben Yochannan, and Ancient Kemet expert! We will be discussing everything he has found in his research over the last 35 + years. Bring all your questions and note pads because it will be alot of knowledge disseminated. This will be a great dialogue for those that are looking to find out more about our Afrikan heritage, our ancestors and the Afrikan origins of Christianity from an expert that has lived and breathed it for over three decades.
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Despite a Herculean Hail Mary at the end of regulation, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers fell 26-20 to the Arizona Cardinals in overtime in the NFC Divisional playoff round. With reports of assistant coaches fired just three days after the loss, what does the future hold for the Packers in terms of its free agents and the 2016 season? What will you think of when you think about the 2015 season? We talk with 247Sports' Brian Carriveau to start off the show.
The Wisconsin Badgers may be done with the 2015 college football season, but some former UW standouts are participating in the East-West Shrine game on Saturday. Can Joel Stave, Derek Watt, Tyler Marz, and Michael Caputo improve their chances of landing in the NFL?
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The Green Bay Packers defeated the Washington Redskins 35-18 in the NFC Division round of the playoffs. Can Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense continue the roll they hit during the second quarter -- but this time against the Cardinals, and how much of a factor will former Wisconsin Badgers wide receiver Jared Abbrederis play on Saturday night? We ask the Green Bay Press Gazette's Wes Hodkiewicz on that and more starting at 8 CT.
At 8:35 CT, Brew City Wrestling owner Frankie "The Thumper" DeFalco and Ring of Honor rising star The Beer City Bruiser join us to promote "Rise to Honor" this Friday night and to talk about the state of Wisconsin independent wrestling.
At 8:50 CT, we'll break down WWE NXT's show in Milwaukee on Thursday! B5Q's Andrew Rosin joins us to preview the exciting brand of the WWE.
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The Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball team has played competitively in its first three Big Ten conference games, but ultimately having a 1-2 record with the No. 3 Maryland Terrapins on Saturday at the Kohl Center. What will the return of Wisconsin native and freshman phenom Diamond Stone mean for UW, and can Nigel Hayes, Bronson Koenig and Co. also contain Jake Layman, Jared Nickens and Rasheed Sulaimon?
We'll also discuss the departure of defensive coordinator Dave Aranda and the pay of assistant coaches. Yet without a coordinator for defense, the Badgers picked up a commitment from Kansas native Isaiahh Loudermilk. Plus, two Wisconsin verbal commits in Cole Van Lanen and Garrett Rand will play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Tex. We'll discuss their potential.
The Green Bay Packers will travel to Washington to take on the Redskins on Sunday. Can Aaron Rodgers and the offense somehow get back on track "when it matters the most?"
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Join us this week and for these next few weeks as we begin to take a deep study of the Kingdom of God, Jesus as Lord and our new found role in this kingdom. We'll look at how it's not as hard as some have made it and just what we were made for. So pull up a chair and get your note pads. We're about to get started.
Is there something wrong with celebrating the holidays? Is there a problem celebrating my birthday? Get your pen and pads ready. Take notes. Call in live.
If none of you remember the Vietnam War was started by the French who left the bloody mess in the hands of the American and African Troops to finish. Yes they did and now you want to Pray for the French please! You be praying for all of our troops who want to come home and end this damn war for resources of other peoples countries. Listen to this Brother here: Soul on Ice chapter 2 Folsom Prison October 9, 1965
“I ‘m perfectly aware that I am in prison, that I ‘m a Negro, that I’ve been a rapist, and the I have a Higher Un-education. I never know what significance I’m supposed to attach to these factors. But I have a suspicion that, because of these aspects of my character, “free-normal_-educated” people rather expect me to be more reserved, pertinent, remorseful, and not too quick to shoot off my mouth on certain subjects, But I let them down, disappoint them, make them gape at me in a sort of stupor, as if they’re thinking: “You’ve got your nerve! Don’t you realize that you owe a debt to society?” My answer to all such thoughts lurking in their split-level heads, crouching behind their squinting bombardier eyes, is that the blood of Vietnamese peasants has paid off all my debts; that the Vietnamese people, afflicted with rampant disease called Yankees, through their sufferings——as opposed to the “frustration”of fat-assed American geeks safe at home worrying over weather to have bacon, ham, or sausage with their grade-A eggs in the morning while Vietnamese worry each morning whether the Yankees will gas them, burn them up , or blow away their humble pads in a hail of bombs—have canceled all my IOU’s.” Soul on Ice, by Eldridge Cleaver