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Every First Saturday Brother James Brown at 7: p.m central 8:00 p.m eastern. How do you glorify God, outside the four walls of the church building?
Guest: Dr. Patricia Heathman Author: Abused but not shaken Anointed Word Ministries Pontiac, Michigan (248) 622-0723
Guest: Beverly Armstrong Author: Delivered by Grace The Fountain Church Detroit, MI (313) 923-5379
Guest: Minister Princess Phifer Foundation of Faith Church Ann Arbor, MI (313) 319- 9097
Guest: Cortney Webster Owner/CEO of: The 400 Bistro (Gourmet) Restaurant Southfield, MI (313) 263-8747
Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with singer and song writer. Jeanne Bailey PhD aka “Jiiniikwe”August at 1 pm eastern as we talk about her music.
Jeanne Bailey PhD aka “Jiiniikwe” has been recording music since 2007. Born & raised in Michigan and enrolled at Bay Mills, Michigan. She currently resides in between Rosebud and Pine Ridge Lakota Sioux Reservations for the past 21 years. She has just finished recording 5 songs that can be heard at www.soundcloud.com and www.reverbnation.com “Jiiniikwe” was a North American Indigenous Image Awards Rock Nominee for 2011, in Albuquerque Michigan. She can play almost every instrument & loves the strings best. She creates all her music, composes, and produces her music and recently was asked to collaborate with some people in music scores for film projects.
Her last performance was in 6th Street square In Rapid City for “Gathering of People, Wind & Water”, August 24, 2013, “Spiritual Woodstock in The Black Hills, June 2013, 250th Pontiac Commemoration, Detroit Michigan, April 2013. She has also performed alongside “Tonemah” and “Keith Secola” during Christmas at the Dahl, in Rapid City, SD. I am also featured in the YouTube video “The Longest Walk 3, with Dennis Banks, along with Carlos Santana’s and others music
All parents want the best for their children, particularly the best education. This episode will focus on the practical steps a parent should take to ensure his/her child has the best learning environment in school and at home. Specifically, I will interview my mother, Blanche Elizabeth Teasley (Pontiac, MI)--mother of 6, grandmother of 17, and great grandmother to 12; she will share her time-tested strategies for establishing positive relationships with teachers and school staff in order to achieve beyond the impossible for your child.
Darick L Rutley / Vannessa Forbes on NiACOM tonight @ 7pm CST!!!
A powerful, double impact show tonight with two wonderful Gospel artists.
7pm, we introduce Darick Rutley to the NiACOM Platform. This in-demand worship leader and speaker has traveled around the country planting Kingdom seeds. He has also captured an international audience having appeared on The Word Network, TCT Television Network, Atlanta Live, and RBN Network. He has received ministry requests from the UK, India, South Africa, Australia, Latin America, Korea and Italy. Pastor Darick is the associate pastor of Berea Family Tabernacle of Faith Church, Pontiac MI. He and his wife, Stephanie, have three daughters; Madisen, Taylor, and Morgan, and one son; Darick Jr.
8pm, we present Vannessa Forbes to the NIACOM Platform. Vannessa Forbes is a psalmist with a voice of hope that ministers the gospel in an emphatic and joyful manner. Travelling smoothly through the different genres; she sings every note like it’s her last. Vannessa Forbes was born on January 19, 1993. By the fourth year of her life, she started singing and developing her musical talent by willingly sharing the melodies of her voice everywhere an opportunity presented itself. Presently, Vannessa is a member of the Pentecostal Gospel Showers and a praise and worship leader. Her sole purpose is to change and empower lives for the Heavenly kingdom.
The Take with Charles Butler
GarySherwood, Councilman, Glendale, AZ 72 largest city in the US and boyhood friend from Pontiac, MI Small city issues are America’s Issues
Dutch Martin, Former Diplomatic Corps staffer, Project 21 Member, on Juneteenth
Dr. Frank Morris, Former Executive Director of Congressional Black Caucason Impact of Immigration on America
James Lansburg on Healthcare and the Ministry Today
Should Juneteeth be a day of Black Americans Liberation from group think?
Obama on the world stageto smaller crowds and threatening to weaken America because she is great!
Susan Rice, must be giving Obama advise on negotiating with the Taliban since she was close to African dicataotrs and despots
California; where did the name originate?
Let’s witness how strong our ancestors continued to be.
To know where we are going; we must know from which we came. The rich and diverse cultures of Moors around the globe demonstrate people of strength and tenacity. There were great battles to overcome to get to this moment in existence, and we will succeed again in unity and strength.
Struggles in this land - our land - in the Americas continue as we awaken from sleep of who we are. We fell down many times and got up again because as the old saying goes, "Failure is temporary, but not getting back up - makes it Permanent"
The wars that ensued for Moors to protect and defend were the Taino, Aztec, and Powhatan Wars, the Pequot War, King Philip’s War, the Pueblo Revolt, Queen Anne’s War, the French and Indian War, the Tuscarora War, the Yamasee War, the Creek War, Pontiac’s Conspiracy, Lord Dunmore’s War, the First, Second, and Third Seminole Wars, the Black Hawk War, the Navajo Conflicts, the Ute Wars, the Modoc War, the Red River War, and the Nez Percé War.
Smokin' George Winters - from Davison, Michigan - joins The Thomas Loop's host, Tom Proctor - I'll be interviewing George, along with spinning three of his tracks in this 30 minute broadcast.
George's bio is taken from his site - www.smokingeorge.com
George plays keyboard, guitar, harmonica and also sings. The son of a Hammond B3 organ salesman, George got his musical start very early in life. As a child he would entertain the audience during intermission in the local theater by playing the organ.George has produced five compact disc recordings. The first, entitled "The Seed" was completed in 1994 and was recorded in less than two hours. "The Seed" was picked up by major retailers in Michigan, including Harmony House, prompting some local success. George's second effort, "Rhythm," released in 1998, is comprised mostly of original music with instrumentation including the Hammond B3, drums, bass, guitar and piano.His love of the dueling pianos concept also began in 1998 at JD's Key Club in Pontiac, MI and continues to this day. You can see George at select Dueling Pianos clubs - just click on "show dates" on his web page for a complete schedule.With the release of his fifth CD, "Back to the B3" George hopes to put his music into more hands than ever, using the internet medium to deliver his creations. "Back to the B3" will be available soon from online retailers such as iTunes, or you can order directly from this website.