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Dallas Jenkins produced the independent feature "Hometown Legend" at the age of 25 and shepherded it to distribution by Warner Brothers. He made his directing debut with the short film "Cliché," and his next short film, "Midnight Clear," starring Stephen Baldwin, won a Crystal Heart Award from the Heartland Film Festival and was the opening night selection of the San Diego Film Festival. He is the co-executive producer of "Though None Go With Me," a Hallmark Channel feature that aired in April 2006. In 2007, he directed and produced "Midnight Clear," based on the short, which won awards in festivals all over the country, including the Cinequest Film Festival’s Special Jury Prize for “Best First Feature” and the “Audience Favorite” award at the Kansas Int’l Film Festival. It’s currently available on DVD from Lionsgate. His latest feature "What If…," starring Kevin Sorbo, Kristy Swanson, Debby Ryan and John Ratzenberger was released in theaters in 2010 and is currently available on DVD.
Dallas recently accepted the position of Director of Media at Harvest Bible Chapel, a mega-church in Chicago. His short film at Harvest, “The Ride,” recently won Best Film, Best Short, and Best Director awards at the Attic Film Festival in Austin, and their first feature film begins shooting this summer.
This week we continue our look into each of the 32 teams. We'll feture the Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons. Official fan reporter Michelle and friend of the show Floyd from Section 357 will take a look at their teams draft choices and the future of their teams in 2013.
"The gifts that GOD has given us" is the topic that the Jr. Giant reporters will b discussing. What are you doing with the talents and gifts that GOD has given you. Please join us on this discussion. Our Musical guest will be the child gospel music singing sensation, Erin Knight.
Mr Stephen Banda was recently elected president of the reorganized Zambian Association in Dallas Fort-Worth (ZADFW)on September 11, 2012. The association was born out of the need to provide systematic and structured support in times of difficulties, calamities and turmoil that befall families from time to time. The core vision of the organization is to coordinate activities within the local Zambian community and through our fundraising efforts support development projects in Zambia. Mr Banda and his new executive team join us to discuss their vision, inform the community about the re-organized DFW association, dispel the poor image associations have world wide and promote the Memorial day family BBQ.
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Artist Spotlight with Monica Lisa Stevenson
New release -> Monica Lisa Stevenson LIVE IN ATLANTA
A powerhouse vocalist of the new school generation, she captures the essence of traditional gospel and “church” music at its best. From her stylish fashion to her hard working drive and stamina, she is one of the genres rising female vocalist positioning herself for longevity in gospel music.
Artist Spotlight with Pastor James Henderson
New release -> Praise Ye The Lord
Pastor James L. Henderson is a Dallas, Texas native. James is a preacher, pastor, and singer who has been traveling and ministering to hundreds of thousands for over 25 years. He can be heard on many recording artists’ works, both Gospel and Secular. He is most noted for singing with the 3 time platinum, Gospel recording artist, God’s Property from Kirk Franklin’s Nu Nation. This is where he got his acclaim in becoming the lead singer to the song More Than I Can Bear.
This week we will talk about Daniel Snyder and his decision to choose business over respect.
Daniel Snyder is the owner of the Washington "Redskins." When asked this week if he would ever change the name of his team to anything else to respect the indigenous people of this land, his response was NEVER.
Now for some, especially Skins fans, we have heard the name for 70 years. There have been a few iterations of the logo. The most famous being the side profille of a Native American. For all you Skins fans, especially black ones, how would you like to see a black man with nappy head sitting on the jersey of your favorite team.
We'll dig into that and many other subjects on this episode of Life Full Circle Radio
Join the NFL Standard with Bryan Yates and Bo Reed for all your of season NFL football news and notes.
This week Yates and Reed dive back into covering fantasy football again. We'll talk Ahmad Bradshaw with the Colts, the Denver Broncos RB situation and AFC team by team news and notes. Join us for an hour and a half of football and comedy you won't want to miss.
Last week the Guardian newspaper reported that American broadband and telecommunications company Verizon has been handing over records of all incoming and outgoing calls made by its customers - all 150 million of them - to the US National Security Agency since late April.
This was followed up by 'NSA whistleblower' Edward Snowden, a contractor working for the world's largest intelligence agency, going public with an internal powerpoint presentation that outlined the extent to which the NSA uses Google, Facebook, Apple and friends to spy on the whole world through a program called 'PRISM'. These companies, by the way, deny all charges and say that if it is being done, then it is being done without their knowledge or consent.
While President Obama reminds us that we cannot have "100% security and 100% privacy", some are calling for Snowden to be assassinated for treason and others praise him as "the greatest whistleblower ever". But what exactly is he blowing the whistle on? And where is this scandal leading us?
Join us this Sunday June 16th from 2-4pm EST (7-9pm CET), when we'll take a closer look at this prism for your mind.