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  • 00:31

    Born In The Fire - Keeping Pentecost Fires Burning - Lucy Trousas-Iske - BHTE

    in Christianity

    Revival fires and intercessory prayer birthed the ministry of Dr. Turner in New Baltimore, Mi in the early 1920's. It started with Maria Woodworth-Etter who held a revival campaign in Detroit in 1918 that my grand parents attended. Through that revival meeting they were introduced to Pentecost and Sis. Aimee McPherson of Angelus Temple. My grandparents visited Angelus Temple in Los Angels and Azusa Street the place of Revival in Los Angels and the union was made between Foursquare and the ministry of Dr. and Mrs. Turner. Dr. Turner was with the Foursquare Gospel International and served on the Executive Board and my grand mother was the head of the church office from 1923 to 1940 when they opened Bethel Temple and Anchor Bay Evangelistic Assn. In addition, my grand father was the personal physician to Sister Aimee during some of those years. They never moved to Ca just spent a few months there a year. My daughter Laurie and I had the privilege of attending the 100th Anniversary of Azusa Street in 1906 in Los Angeles and what a old fashioned revival meeting it was. In the early 1930's across the states in Iowa my father went to a revival that Kathryn Kuhlman held in Davenport and accepted Christ and went to Angelus Temple to attend LIFE Bible college and met my mother who was also enrolled in LIFE. They returned to New Baltimore to work in the ministry along side my grand parents. I was born in "Revival Fires" and I am happy to say I still am following those marvelous times. The ministry in New Baltimore was a fellowship of loving caring people that served the needs of the people and brought about through intercessory prayer. It reached around the world with its ministers from Anchor Bay Bible Institute and is still an active fellowship of ministers and missionaries today.


    Lucy Trousas Iske, the Turner's grandaughter, has a passion to keep their ministry and the ministry of her parents alive. We interview her today.

  • 00:29

    IndieReview Behind The ScenesWEEKEND EDITION spotlight Author S. McPherson (PVA)

    in Entertainment

    Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan one of your hosts. My co-host Jamie White is also joining me, and tonight we have the opportunity to chat with Author S. McPherson as part of her Premier Virtual Author Book Tour!


    S. McPherson is a young British expat living in Dubai and working as a Foundation Stage 1 (FS1) teacher. When she was younger S. McPherson travelled a lot with her family, though, no matter how often her surroundings changed, one thing never did. And this was her love of writing and dreaming up the impossible. After combining her two loves of teaching children and writing, S. McPherson self-published her first book; a rhyming verse children’s story titled ‘Shania Streep wanted to Sleep’. Thus fuelling her love of seeing her work in print and sharing her stories. This is S. McPherson’s first novel.


    Website: http://www.smcphersonbooks.com/

  • 01:15

    Episode 87 (Northwest Division with Steve McPherson and Ben Dowsett)

    in Sports

    Host Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux), Steve McPherson of Rolling Stone / Grantland (@steventurous) and Ben Dowsett of Basketball Insiders / Salt City Hoops (@Ben_Dowsett) discuss the NBA's Northwest Division - the Thunder, Jazz, Trail Blazers, Timberwolves and Nuggets.


    The three recap the off-season (who got better and worse, rookies to watch, most interesting transaction) and preview the upcoming season including ranking the five teams and predicting how many will make the playoffs. They also discuss player development and the potentially changing role of the D-League.

  • 01:03

    NIR Radio

    in Current Events

    A native New Yorker and graduate of Long Island University by way of an athletic scholarship (basketball, with the great Emmette Bryant as a mentor). Juney discovered theatre arts in college and his life as an artist began.

    After studying at The Lee Strasberg Institute, Drama Tree, Inc, The Negro Ensemble Company and New Federal Theatre. He began his acting sojourn in the theater in New York City.  


    Mr. Smith regional theatre credits include: Cheaters, A Soldier’s Play, Medea and The Doll, The Sirens, Ceremonies in Dark Old Men, The Mighty Gents, A Raisin in the Sun, The Odd Couple, Same Time, Next Year, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and The Owl Killer. 
    After making a reputation in the theater, film and television followed.
     


    His numerous film and television acting credits include Co-Starring in the comedy classicGood Morning, Vietnam as Phil McPherson, the engineer and the action classic Lethal Weapon 2 as Detective Tom Wyler. Mr. Smith’s also is Co-Starring in the recently released film Friends and Romans as Chief. Guest Starring and Recurring roles on Blue Bloods, NYC 22, ER, Dr.Quinn, Medicine Woman, Growing Pains, Matlock, Law & Order, Hard Time on Planet Earth, Highway to Heaven, T.J. Hooker, Hill Street Blues, M.A.S.H., ED McBain’s 87th Pct, A Doctor Story, and The White Shadow.

    Simultaneously to acting, Mr. Smith is the former Artistic Director of the Renaissance Drama Company(New York) and the Rainbow Connection Theatre (Los Angeles)
    where he directed over 100 plays in a 20 year span (1980-2000)

     

  • 01:33

    Why Me? with Host Apostle Carolyn M. Corbett & Co - Host Valencia Scott

    in Christianity

    Host: Apostle Carolyn M. Corbett & Co - Host Valencia Scott


    Guest: Evangelist Darrell Johnson  CoCo, FL


    & Apostle Joseph McPherson Jacksonvill, FL

  • 00:54

    Episode 61: Steve McPherson Drops By

    in Sports

    Steve McPherson stops by to discuss the offseason, USA Basketball, Flip Saunders and omre rumblings from around the league. 


     


    Steve McPherson @steventurous Mostly basketball for: Rolling Stone / Grantland / A Wolf Among Wolves / Hardwood Paroxysm / 1500 ESPN / VICE Sports / etc.

  • 00:57

    Stirring The Wells Of Revival - Lucy Trousas-Iske - Bringing Heaven To Earth

    in Christianity

    Revival fires and intercessory prayer birthed the ministry of Dr. Turner in New Baltimore, Mi in the early 1920's. It started with Maria Woodworth-Etter who held a revival campaign in Detroit in 1918 that my grand parents attended. Through that revival meeting they were introduced to Pentecost and Sis. Aimee McPherson of Angelus Temple. My grandparents visited Angelus Temple in Los Angels and Azusa Street the place of Revival in Los Angels and the union was made between Foursquare and the ministry of Dr. and Mrs. Turner. Dr. Turner was with the Foursquare Gospel International and served on the Executive Board and my grand mother was the head of the church office from 1923 to 1940 when they opened Bethel Temple and Anchor Bay Evangelistic Assn. In addition, my grand father was the personal physician to Sister Aimee during some of those years. They never moved to Ca just spent a few months there a year. My daughter Laurie and I had the privilege of attending the 100th Anniversary of Azusa Street in 1906 in Los Angeles and what a old fashioned revival meeting it was. In the early 1930's across the states in Iowa my father went to a revival that Kathryn Kuhlman held in Davenport and accepted Christ and went to Angelus Temple to attend LIFE Bible college and met my mother who was also enrolled in LIFE. They returned to New Baltimore to work in the ministry along side my grand parents. I was born in "Revival Fires" and I am happy to say I still am following those marvelous times. The ministry in New Baltimore was a fellowship of loving caring people that served the needs of the people and brought about through intercessory prayer. It reached around the world with its ministers from Anchor Bay Bible Institute and is still an active fellowship of ministers and missionaries today.


    Lucy Trousas Iske, the Turner's grandaughter, has a passion to keep their ministry and the ministry of her parents alive. We interview her today.

  • 00:29

    NABWIC Talks with Brian McPherson of SUFFOLK CONSTRUCTION

    in Women

    Brian McPherson is Director of Diversity & Workforce Compliance at Suffolk
    Construction. In this role, Brian spends one hundred percent of his time working
    with project teams and trade partners to ensure established compliance plans
    are implemented on the company’s projects.


    Brian has built strong relationships with countless local MBE, WBE, and DBE
    firms, providing mentoring, coaching, and introducing them and their work
    to Suffolk’s project management teams. As a result of Brian’s hands-on
    management, Suffolk is able to consistently meet or exceed designated project
    compliance goals. In 2012, he was recognized with a Leaders in Diversity Award
    by Boston Business Journal.


    Brian is currently involved with projects around the country, including Miami
    Worldcenter and All Aboard Florida’s MiamiCentral. He has been critical in the
    development of a successful diversity and workforce compliance program for
    these two projects which will account for well over $500 million in contracts.
    Brian offers 30 years of industry experience, ten of which have been spent with
    Suffolk Construction. Prior to his current role, he served as a project manager
    for over $1.5 billion worth of work.

  • 00:07

    The Prayer Motivator Minute #737

    in Christianity

    Miles McPherson said, “Many times we talk to God in prayer and we’re all over the board, asking for this and that. Maybe we don’t even spend any time listening to Him. But prayer should be communication with God, not to God. It should be simple and honest, just being ourselves, pouring out our hearts to Him, and being willing to hear what He has to say to us.”


    Our prayer motivator verse from the Word of God today is Psalm 145:18 which says: "The LORD is nigh unto all them that call upon him, to all that call upon him in truth." 


    Our prayer motivator quote today is from Charles Stanley. He said, "An intimate and effective prayer life never happens accidentally. We must be intentional and make prayer a priority by setting aside a time and a place to meet with God each day. The goal is not to simply present Him with our list of requests but to give the Lord our full attention and unhurried time for fellowship with Him."

  • 01:01

    Challenging the Rhetoric with Cheri Roberts - Show #2

    in News

    No political endorsements. No corporate dollars, No hype. No lies.Meet the Press meets The View? Who knows, but it sounds like a great model to strive for!  


    Join Cheri Roberts with special #theGRILL guest, Guy McPherson, Wednesday @ 6pm PDT/9pm EDT for an engaging analysis of the week’s news and current events along with the other popular CTR segments: #LiarOfTheWeek , #MusicJones & #EconRecon.


    Please visit the CTR WEBSITE, FACEBOOK, TWITTER @CTRNewsFeed & #CTRMusicJones & YOUTUBE. Every $5 helps so please consider a donation to the maintenance of the show HERE.


    *"Challenging the Rhetoric" is a registered, “Assumed Business Name” or ABN owned by Cheri Roberts. Cheri is a 20+year media veteran and freelance investigative journalist, popular blogger, business owner and social justice activist. She is also a long-standing member of the National Writers Union (NWU).   

  • 02:00

    THE COOL CRITICS - THE COOL CRITICS - INTERVIEW WITH JEFFREE CHARLES

    in Radio

         Last week, we kicked off our FIFTH year doing this show.  4 years under our belts.   Over the years we've talked to quite a few guests including a contestant who won in CHOPPED, Lester Walker - we've talked to Nicholas Snow and his alternative lifestyle - we've discovered some things about ourselves, like with CeCe McPherson, Anna Redding and Aaron Anderson - Reylon Ellis, Saphyr Blue and Anna Redding shoveled out the goods on HEALTH CARE,  Derrill E Holley really gave us some insight on EBOLA - whatever happen to that scare - WE WERE ALL IN A PANIC were we not?  And now not even a smidgeon of concern, quite a few people are hoping Hillary Clinton drops out of the race, like Rick Perry did, and a lot of people really don't want to see Donald Trump become the Republican nominee, but it's heading in that direction.  What did we talk about today?  We had conversation with Jeffree Charles, radio announcer, performing artists/singer and now in the education field.  Give us a listen and discover a few things and hear his music with the COOL CRITICS