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One of our favorite guests of 2014, Kay Dodd, is back for more laughs!
Kay Dodd was a secular "road comic" for the better part of a decade. From 1991 to 2001, Kay worked comedy clubs all over the southeast and up the east coast. In 2001, after turning her life over to Christ, Kay left secular comedy. After a few years of letting God clean up her life, her mouth, her heart, and her mind ... Kay stepped back into the comedy arena doing churches, ladies' events, community theaters, and other private shows.
Rez and Andy welcome Jerry Numbers to the show, a leader who is instrumental in carrying on the legacy of Sonora Smart Dodd, founder of Father's Day.
In 1909 when Sonora heard a Mother’s Day sermon at Central United Methodist Church in Spokane, she was inspired to propose that Father’s receive equal recognition. The following year with the assistance of Reverend Dr. Conrad Bluhm, her pastor at Old Centenary Presbyterian Church (now Knox Presbyterian Church), Sonora took the idea to the Spokane YMCA. The Spokane YMCA, along with the Ministerial Alliance, endorsed Dodd’s idea and helped it spread by celebrating the first Father’s Day in 1910. Sonora suggested her father’s birthday, June 5th, be established as the day to honor all Father’s. However, the pastors wanted more time to prepare, so June 19, 1910 was designated as the first Father’s Day and sermons honoring Father’s were presented throughout the city. It was years, however, before Father’s Day gained national prominence. In 1924 President Calvin Coolidge recognized Father’s Day and urged the states to do likewise. In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a proclamation calling for the third Sunday in June to be recognized as Father’s Day and requested that flags to be flown that day on all government buildings. President Richard M. Nixon signed a proclamation in 1972, permanently observing Father’s Day on the third Sunday in June.
Today Father’s Day is celebrated from Antigua to Zimbabwe in over 50 countries around the world.
Jerry Numbers owns Sonora's former home which is on the National Historic Registry. You can tour the home on Father's Day or by scheduling a tour.
Bill Rabinowitz is an award-winning writer who has written for the Columbus Distpatch since 1999. He has covered the Ohio State Buckeyes since 2011. He recently published the book The Chase: How Ohio State Captured the First College Football Playoff. The foreword was written by Kirk Herbstreit.
The following is an excerpt from the official press release from Triumph Books, courtesy of Samanatha Frontera:
Ohio State's 2014 national championship season was stuff of fiction. The Buckeyes lost two quarterbacks to injury, were upset early at home by mediocre Virginia Tech and suffered through the suicide of a teammate. These obstacles could have derailed their season. Instead, they provided the backdrop to one of the most magical stories in college football history. Bill Rabinowitz, details the story of the 2014 Buckeyes. The book includes more than 50 in-depth interviews including coach Urban Meyer, Rabinowitz tells the story of Ohio State's season from the inside out. Rabinowitz explains how the culture and leadership instilled and exemplified by his players enabled Ohio State to reach the top of the college football world.
The book weaves in the stories of the coaches and players along with the games. One chapter is devoted to quarterback Cardale Jones, who had perhaps the greatest three game starting debut in football history. Jones' performance was all the more remarkable Rabinowitz shows, in light of his difficult upbringing in Cleveland and bumpy early career at Ohio State. Jones was so discouraged after losing the job to Barrett that he planned to transfer after the 2014 season. That is one of the many revelations in "The Chase."
Listen in as Evan and Troy spend some time talking with Bill Rabinowitz.
Tonight on the program, we have a jam packed show!
We will play interviews from...
Dan Wolken from USA Today Sports
Zac Ellis from Sports Illustrated
Dennis Dodd from CBS Sports
AND We will be LIVE with all of our thoughts on the preaseason games, thoughts on top headlines and updates often on the Camping World Truck Race from Bristol!
Co-Hosts Sammy Jacobs and T.J. Inman take a look at the Hoosiers' Big Ten Opener. We welcome Eric Seger from Eleven Warriors to the show.
Emotion is, in everyday speech, a person's state of feeling in the sense of an affect. Scientific discourse has drifted to other meanings and there is no consensus on a definition. This is a huge statement because science has not even yet been able to define emotions. The physiology of emotion is closely linked to arousal of the nervous system. The Meier information says that emotions are lightning fast reactions to some sorts of factor in the body or the environment. Both Anger and Rage are considered emotions. Billy has several very interesting articles on anger.
The unconscious mind can affect the human body in FIGU bulletin 3 stigmatization is mentioned. Religious delusions can be transfered even into the unconscious mind. So these wounds that appear one people who are subject to the stigmata are induced partially through unconscious processes. The same is true in cases of alleged alien abductions. In FIGU Bulletin 7 it talks about wounds from alleged ET examinationations that are actually produced by peoples unconscious minds. FIGU Bulletin 7 states - Such individuals produce these wounds unconsciously, through their own mental powers, when their brains are exposed to the large sub-consciousness composite of a particular human mass
in The Bible
For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.
For all things are for your sakes, that the abundant grace might through the thanksgiving of many increase to the glory of God.
For which cause we faint not; but though our outward man perish, yet the inward man is renewed day by day.
For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, works for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory;
While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.
Please welcome my very first official guest on the Adams County Ridge Walkers' Radio programme, Laurie from Ohio!
Laurie, we are thrilled to have you with us this evening! Welcome!
Laurie not only has a marvellous, diverse background, she has had multiple encounters with the Elder Children in southern Ohio (aka 'EC'). Please join us tonight as we hear Laurie's tales of adventure and excitement!
Dr. Don Benson, MD, PhD of The James Cancer Center at Ohio State University is a multiple myeloma specialist with deep expertise in immunotherapy. He shares the growing and exciting world of immunotherapies in multiple myeloma - how they work and how they are opening up an exciting new set of opportunities for myeloma patients.