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Since early childhood, William David Spencer has been in love with books and, particularly with mysteries and adventure stories. Captivated as a small child by the ingenious tales of Joe Pooh, Teddy Bear Detective, spun out by his endlessly inventive older sister, the young boy was left bereft of sister and story at her untimely death when he was only six years old. Books, poems, music and lyrics were his solace and he has been deeply immersed in creating them ever since.
Born and reared in urban central New Jersey, his life was changed by two events; his encounter with Jesus through Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship after a thought-provoking hospitalization in the summer between his final year in high school and first year in college, due to cutting too much weight as co-captain of his high school wrestling team; and the impact of a riot in his birth city, Plainfield, N.J., during the racial upheavals in the late 1960s. The second event propelled him into a lifetime of urban ministry taking the healing message he’d learned from the first event to the streets of Plainfield, then to Newark, Philadelphia, back to Newark/New York/Jersey City, Trenton, Louisville, Kentucky, and today to Boston, where he trains ministers, as professor of theology and the arts, with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s Center for Urban Ministerial Education. Along the way he played in a band during the Jesus Movement, performing at coffee houses and festivals, helped establish a school for store front pastors, planted a storefront church he continues to co-pastor, helped create an academic journal and a book line and has had many adventures himself in city ministry.
The Ebola virus has reached American soil. Workers who contracted the virus in Africa have been brought home for treatment. A vistor to the US has become the first diagnosed case on US soil and now a nurse who cared for this man is infected with the Ebola virus. Nurses are on the frontline when caring for those with communicable diseases. The workplace is a potentially hazardous place for dedicated professions who vow to care for the sick. Nurses ask that they are given the information, guidance and support to safely care for others without putting themselves at risk. We are nurses not martyrs.
Spencer Kane is a teen artist and actor born on October 26, 1996. At barely 5 years old he recorded his first music video as a lip sync to the song "Written on My Heart" by the Christian band Plus One. Raised in a Christian home as a son of a Pastor, Spencer has been around musical influence in and out of the church world. Singing in church and later on writing and recording his own songs at a home studio, he partnered with his dad in competing at a county idol contest in 2010. His second place finish in the 16 and under group helped him gain the confidence to pursue music in a more formal way. In the spring of 2011 he recorded his first original single, "Best Friends", at Sweetwater Studios in Fort Wayne. He has continued recording and releasing original music ever since.
On Monday March 23rd at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History research associate Ken Mckeighen and Ken Boorman as they welcome returning guest Dr. Spencer G. Lucas, curator of the NMMNH, to discuss the Cambrian Period. This is an amazing period in the history of life on Earth as lifeforms diversified and evolved. Dr Lucas is a paleontologist and stratigrapher who specializes in the study of late Paleozoic, Mesozoic and early Cenozoic vertebrate fossils and continental deposits, particularly in the American Southwest.
On Monday February 9th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field researcher Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman will be joined by the New Mexico Museum of Natural History curator Dr. Spencer G. Lucas to discuss the Pennsylvanian sequence of New Mexico including the famous Laggerstatte, the Kinney Brick Quarry site.
On this episode we will be talking to Writer/Producer/Director Spencer Gray about his short Snake With a Human Tail, his work as a Special FX assistant (on The X Files (1998), Cherry Falls (2000), Darkness (2002) and Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial By Fire (2005) as well as all of his other work. We will also ask him about his return to boxing!
We will be reviewing Scream Factory's Special Edition Blu-Ray Release of Invaders From Mars as well as Olive Films Blu-Ray Release of Night of the Demons 2!
We will also be featuring Theories and their most recent CD Regression, as well as Demonical and their CD Darkness Unbound in our Metal Blade Spotlight!
NFL Draft Prospect
Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show. Towson standout Spencer Wilkins stops by the C2P to talk NFL Draft and the path he is taking to get noticed at the next level.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Spencer Wilkins as they dive into what makes him the guy to watch as April 30th (NFL Draft) approaches in Chicago.
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NFL Draft Prospects
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actor Dominique Antonio Spencer to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his love of acting and what it's been like to share it with the world. You'll also find out what to be looking forward to from him next.
Spencer Hall, Editorial Director at SB Nation and Editor at Every Day Should Be Saturday, gives us his thoughts on how to deal with the college football offseason (playoff hockey is your friend), makes ill-advised predictions with us about the 2015 season (sorry, teams we have inevitably over or underrated), and plays a thrilling trivia game we call Florida or Tennessee? It ends with him doubting everything he knows, which is nice.
Bringing the next generation of tomorrow's NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte and special gueat Spencer Lynn for California (PA).
Lynn, led the Vulcans with 87 tackles in only 10 games, was named to the roster of the 2014 All-American Bowl, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Lynn finished his career ranked seventh in school history with 240 tackles (101 solo) in two seasons. He set his career high of 90 stops (36 solo) as a redshirt freshman while starting all 13 games in 2011.
Joining Audrey for this week's REELTalk - anywhere on earth you look, Islam continues to reveal itself as anything BUT a peaceful ideology. We're taking a hard look at this corrupt creed with author and Islmic scholar, ROBERT SPENCER! PLUS, what happens across the Pond eventually reaches our shores...and with the 24/7/365 world we live in...it's making its way across the Pond much more quickly...Liberty GB Party's JACK BUCKBY will be back with us to give us the skinny on what's happening with Islam in the UK!