• 00:50

    EXPERIENCING THE LOVE OF OUR SHEPHERD

    in Prayer

         There is'nt a more tender caring image of love in scripture that the picture of our shepherd watching over his flock of sheep. The features of that imagery is so simple that anyone can understand it. First, the shepherd is responsible. He is capable of protecting each sheep and consequently the whole flock. His vision and mission is only the good of the flock. The sheep are aware of his presence as he daily and patiently guides them to food and water. The shepherd is aware of and tends to the needs of each sheep. Praise our Shepherd. Join us today as we go before Him with live prayer 6:00 AM Mon.-Fri. Dial 714 459-3963.    

  • 02:00

    Cleveland Inspirations feat. Danielle Shepherd and Bill "Silver B" Richards

    in Elections

    In observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Mr. Yancey will kick off the show with a breast cancer awareness fact and a domestic violence statistic. Then tune in to hear Mr. Yancey's interview with Bill "Silver B" Richards on the importamce of getting tested for HIV. Do you know who the candidates are that are running in the midterm elections Nov. 4? Mr. Yancey, Tracie P and Ms. Freddie will be joined live in the studio by Danielle Shepherd, candidate for Ohio House Representative of District 10. They will talk about Ms. Shepherd's campaign platform is and what she feels can be done to change the current conditions of education, the economy, public safety and more. You can call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665. You can also watch them live in the studio on UStream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/who-has-the-power-radio-network .

  • 01:31

    Dr. Ridgely, "The Sheep, Sheepdog and Evil Shepherd: The Secret Biblical Code

    in Food

    ...used to manipulate financial markets"  Welcome! Join host Dr. Ridgely Muhammad of The Farm program he will review his new book "The Sheep, Sheepdog and Evil Shepherd:The Secret Biblical Code used to manipulate financial markets." Saturday November 29, 2014 at 8:00pm, Eastern time, 7:00pm Central time, call into the studio at 347-945-5454, or enter into the chat room at www.blogtalkradio.com/noimoa.


    To purchase the book go to The Farm at www.noimoa.com - details will be shared during the program. Thank you, Peace!


    To contact provider/program engineer send an email to www.nouvelspecialist@verizon.net.


     

  • 00:28

    Update on proposed Shepherd Bend Mine

    in Environment

    Join hostess Beth Bond, Curator of Sustainable News at Southeast Green, as she gets an update on the proposed Shepherd Bend Mine. The mine is mountain top coal strip mining which poses major threats to Birmingham's drinking water. Nelson Brooke, the Black Warrior Riverkeeper, will join us as we discuss the current status of the proposal, threats to Birmingham and ongoing efforts to prevent the destruction of the land owned by the University of Alabama.


    Nelson Brooke ~ Riverkeeper


    Nelson Brooke, a Birmingham native, graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with an anthropology degree. Nelson is an Eagle Scout and outdoor enthusiast who has enjoyed fishing and hunting along the banks of the Black Warrior River since he was seven years old. Nelson has been Black Warrior Riverkeeper’s staff Riverkeeper since January of 2004. He also served as Executive Director from August 2007 through December 2009. Nelson was named “2010 Alabama River Hero” by the Alabama Rivers Alliance.


    As Riverkeeper, Nelson patrols and photographs the Black Warrior River and its tributaries from the land, water, and air, looks for pollution problems, responds to citizen complaints, researches and analyzes polluters’ permits, collects pollution samples for laboratory analysis, educates the public about the beauty of the river and threats to it, works to empower stakeholders throughout the watershed, advocates compliance with environmental laws, works on finding solutions to pollution problems, and is a spokesman for the Black Warrior River watershed. Nelson runs our Riverkeeper Patrol Program and coordinates with our Legal Program when appropriate. Nelson is available to give educational presentations to your school, civic organization, or club.

  • 01:06

    Up Close and Personal with Pete Bethune from Earthrace Conservation Organization

    in News

    Meet Pete Bethune, Captain of the Earthrace Conservation Org. biodiesel-powered Trimaran. The first  100% bio diesel powerboat to circle the globe. Bethune took his boat on a mission to Antarctica to stop the whalers from killing whales in the Southern Ocean Sanctuary. Spent 6 months in jail in Japan after boarding a Japanese whaling ship the "Shonan Maru" after his beloved boat the "Ady Gil" was rammed and sunk by same.  Activist Extraordinaire as seen in the last clips of "Blackfish". Bethune also a writer, his book "Whale Warrior" depicts his accounts of circumnavigating the globe and his experience aboard the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society the "Steve Irwin".  Bethune has also visited the Faroes Island in a quest to speak to the locals to also stop their "Grindatrap" of pilot whales.


    Fast forward and check out his latest missions as he stars on his own television series, "The Operatives" on PIVOT channel. Bethune and his team of "operatives" head out on a black ops mission to stop poachers illegal fishing in Costa Rica's sanctuaries and sea turtle egg poachers and much more. He now is gettin gready to head out to Asia on another season of 'The Operatives!


    You don't want to miss this show!


     

  • 00:54

    Howard Richmond MD talks about self-care, anger and the rules

    in Self Help

    Howard E Richmond MD is a transformational psychiatrist with a message for consciously seeking people who want to shift energy-draining reactions to realign body, mind and spirit. This episode is about the power of self-care when dealing with anger. He will also break down the concept of "The Rules" and discuss whose rules are running our lives and how to get back into joy. 


    One of the lessons Dr. Richmond has learned over twenty years in private practice is the value of being “out of your mind” and into your heart. This philosophy is beautifully displayed in The Healing Field, his first novel. The Healing Field is a riveting account of the healing breakthrough that saved his patient’s life and transformed his own. The book chronicles the daring, out of the box healing journey with his anorexic patient “Lori,” who was determined to die. Between her desperation and his determination, they become locked in a battle for life that crosses conventional boundaries and reveals that healing and freedom come in surprising forms.


    Dr. Richmond practices hot yoga daily in San Diego, California, where he lives with his wife, Elana, and their two German shepherd rescues, Jayde and Houdini. Read more at HowardRichmondMD.com

  • 03:07

    Who did it to you? Roundtable Discussion Hosted by Brother Maurice D Muhammad

    in Culture

    Who did it to you? That is the question of the centry and now must come the answer.


    This program is based on the writings of Dr James Jones author and Professor his website Manhood, Race and Culture please visit his website www.manhoodraceculture.co


    Nobody will ever change the condition of a people until they change within themselves. Family the burden is on us to change our behavior; to build love, trust and confidence in each other and in our people for us, then, 95% of our problems will be solved. We, as leaders must declare that we will never sell out the aspirations of our people for personal wealth, position and advancement in the society of our former slave masters and their children. We must make a covenant with our people to work and sacrifice and be willing to be the good shepherd (leaders) who will lay down our lives for our people. Let us accept our responsibility and change our behavior to that, which will make us more than comrades and brothers and Sisters, but a behavior that will make us friends and companions in the struggle for the total freedom of our people here and wherever we are found on this earth.


    Our word must be our bond. When we break our word we destroy the life of this covenant or the agreement that we have made. It is absolutely necessary that as leaders we must build trust among ourselves. We can only build trust when we strive to keep our word, particularly a solemn agreement or covenant that we make with each other and with our people. I PLEDGE that from this day forward I will keep this covenant. I pledge that I will work to accomplish our mission to make our vision a reality so help me God.

  • 00:29

    Sunday School Review for the week of 12-21-2014 from Luke 2:8-20

    in Christianity

                    The Christmas' story: Angels and Shepherds annouce Jesus' Birth


    Verse 8; Shepherds abiding their flock by night.  Verse 9: An angel appears.  The shepherds encircled by the ''glory of the Lord''. Verse 10: The angel speaks ''good tidings of great joy''.  Verse 11: He tell the shepherds where to go to see the ''Savior who is Christ the Lord''. Verse 12: The angel gives them a ''sign'' to identify the ''babe''.Verse a multitudesof the heavenly host suddenly shows up praising and saying, ''Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.''


    Verses 15: The angels to back to heaven,the shepherds go to Bethlehem.  Verse 16: They see the sign ''the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.''.Verse 17: All the shephers had heard and seen turned their world upside down.  Verse 18:  All who heard the shepherd's words ''wondered at those things told them''.  Verse 19: Mary ''pondered them in her heart''. Verse 20: has the shepherds going from last to first.

  • 00:30

    Elijah Taken to Heaven (2 Kings 2:9-14)

    in Christianity

    TEXTS


    When they had crossed over, Elijah said to Elisha, “Ask what I shall do for you before I am taken from you.” And Elisha said, “Please, let a double portion of your spirit be upon me.”


    He said, “You have asked a hard thing. Nevertheless, if you see me when I am taken from you, it shall be so for you; but if not, it shall not be so.” As they were going along and talking, behold, there appeared a chariot of fire and horses of fire which separated the two of them. And Elijah went up by a whirlwind to heaven.


    Elisha saw it and cried out, “My father, my father, the chariots of Israel and its horsemen!” And he saw Elijah no more. Then he took hold of his own clothes and tore them in two pieces.


    He also took up the mantle of Elijah that fell from him and returned and stood by the bank of the Jordan. He took the mantle of Elijah that fell from him and struck the waters and said, “Where is the Lord, the God of Elijah?” And when he also had struck the waters, they were divided here and there; and Elisha crossed over.


    THEMES


    God called individuals from differing backgrounds to speak as prophets on his behalf, sometimes in difficult circumstances. Moses was brought up in the Egyptian royal court; Samuel was a temple servant at Shiloh; Elisha was a farmer; Ezekiel was a priest living in exile in Babylonia.


    It is not entirely clear whether Amos was a wealthy sheep breeder and land owner or a poor migrant worker before his call to be a prophet. The Hebrew word translated shepherd could equally well be translated sheep breeder. The calling of the prophets. Their initial encounter with God.


    God communicating his call. Their response to God’s call. The family life of the prophets. The hardships faced by prophets. Persecution. Reviling and beating. Imprisonment. Killing. The death of prophets. Elijah did not die but was taken up in a chariot...

  • 01:48

    Break Every Chain With Sister Annie, Bro Muhammad and Bro Kevin Crosby

    in Current Events

    Break Every Chain that is holding us back from being a free and independent people!


    Nobody will ever change the condition of a people until they change within themselves. Family the burden is on us to change our behavior; to build love, trust and confidence in each other and in our people for us, then, 95% of our problems will be solved. We, as leaders must declare that we will never sell out the aspirations of our people for personal wealth, position and advancement in the society of our former slave masters and their children. We must make a covenant with our people to work and sacrifice and be willing to be the good shepherd (leaders) who will lay down our lives for our people. Let us accept our responsibility and change our behavior to that, which will make us more than comrades and brothers and Sisters, but a behavior that will make us friends and companions in the struggle for the total freedom of our people here and wherever we are found on this earth.


    Our word must be our bond. When we break our word we destroy the life of this covenant or the agreement that we have made. It is absolutely necessary that as leaders we must build trust among ourselves. We can only build trust when we strive to keep our word, particularly a solemn agreement or covenant that we make with each other and with our people. I PLEDGE that from this day forward I will keep this covenant. I pledge that I will work to accomplish our mission to make our vision a reality so help me God.

  • 00:31

    Purposeful Worship Christmas - Advent 3rd Candle - Joy!

    in Christianity

    It is the start of the Christmas season and Purposeful Worship is starting out by celebrating Advent. The Advent season is a time of preparation as we focus on the coming of Christ. Listen to Purposeful Worship on Blogtalk radio as we celebrate Advent. www.blogtalkradio.com/daffanysmith.


    Today is the third Sunday in Advent and we light the Shepherd’s Candle, the candle of Joy and we come together this Sunday with those who will light another candle on this third Sunday in Advent. 

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