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Located in Sandy Spring, Maryland, the Theatre Ministry of the Olive Branch Community Church developed “Stories on the Way to Sandy Spring” in honor of the 2011 observance for Maryland Emancipation Day. This vignette, based on three fictional characters, was written by Sophonia Simms and directed by Adam Simms.
Like those in the Stories, many escaped to freedom – found gainful employment and higher education. We must never forget their courage, fortitude, and ingenuity. Despite the dangers on the road to freedom, they were guided by their faith in God and vision for a better life.
For more information, contact the Olive Branch Community Church, www.obcchurch.orgor Simms City Productions, SimmsCityProductions.com.
Antonio (Arod) Rodriguez - retired SMSgt/E-8 USAF and owner/senior consultant at Olive Branch K9, LLC. Joins Actor R. Lee Ermey for "Saving Private K-9" TV series that details the incredible relationships between military and law enforcement service dogs and their handlers. A combat veteran of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. Currently provides comprehensive K-9 management and training solutions for domestic law enforcement, military and private security organizations around the world. Expertise includes canine education and training, high-risk tactical operations, counter IED operations, program management and advisory support. Recognized throughout the military K-9 community as a subject matter expert in the employment of K-9 teams in both law enforcement and combat arenas. Previously utilized expertise in the creation and implementation of the USAF’s first combat K-9 pre-deployment course, thereby providing premier joint warfighter capability to combatant commanders worldwide.
Branch Isole is a self published author of twenty titles in four genres. He is here today to share information with aspiring authors on how to write for multiple genres and will also touch on the essentials of self publishing. His best selling book, "Pathways To Publishing" explains and details the process, obstacles, pitfalls and costs associated with self publishing.
Special Wednesday episode of the program all about TV. Our guests: Jane Anderson, Emmy-winning writer of Olive Kitteridge, HBO's latest miniseries (debuts November 2), and Silicon Harlem co-founder Clayton Banks.
On PAIRED this Saturday, Chef Mary and Duane our food and wine experts are talking with Roni Hosfeld of D’ Olivo and debunking the myths on cooking with olive oil plus, how to buy olive oil, when to use it, how to store it – and the recipes and wines that go best with olive oil.
The show first broadcasts Saturday, Aug. 2nd at 1:30 pm EDT. For more information about Roni and D’Olivo please go to d-olivo.com and make sure to look over olive oils at the grocery store before the show so you can ask your burning questions.
On this episode of Illuminati Exposed Radio we will be talking about the assault on the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco Texas leading to the deaths of the followers of David Koresh at the hands of the ATF and FBI.
Following on this we will look at the attack on the federal building in Oklahoma City on the anniversary of the Waco massacre.
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This epsoide will be epsoide 1 of the new eSavation Army Talk Radio. eUS Branch and eInternational Board Represented. You host will be SAR97. He the Founder of the Charity and the Commisonal of the eUS Branch. If you want on you must tell the first 6 numbers of you telphone for you get accepted where we know who you are. The message must be on #eSalvationArmy.
For 22 years Chief Apostle Olive C. Brown has been the Chief Prelate of International Christian Ministries.She oversees churches up and down the east coast. Known as the Queen of Facebook, this seasoned Woman of God wants the Kingdom of God to take its rightful place. She wants us to become settled that we not only win in the end, we can win right now! Go to Facebook and Twitter to see her signature hashtag - #WEWIN.
Chief Apostle Olive C. Brown has accomplished much, but she also had to endure much to get to this day. Listen as she shares practical solutions to overcome any obstacle you may be facing.
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No Longer Waiting to Exhale - A Woman's Day of Fulfillment
Hosted By Enrique Pascal
Saturday, August 16, 2014
City folks need to be reminded that fruits and vegetables don’t come from Shop Rite, they come from gardens! Community gardens provide people who don’t have their own space, especially in urban areas, the opportunity to grow their own fruits and vegetables instead of buying produce that often travels long distances before reaching the grocery store. An increased interest in organic gardening has also added to the popularity of these local garden spots. People grow fruits and vegetables in community gardens for different reasons. Some plant for themselves; others grow produce and give to those who can’t afford to buy fresh vegetables. Not only does the community garden provide a place to grow nutritious, hand-pick veggies, the gardens also create and supplement the local food infrastructure and foster a sense of community. The Long Branch Community Gardens are supported by grants from the Office of Economic and Community Development and managed and maintained by Lisa Bagwell of Ocean Grove. Of course Lisa has many helpers including the neighboring families that have personal garden plots on the property. Actually Long Branch has several community gardens and the largest one is located in an old railroad right of way which has been transformed into a beautiful urban oasis of flowers and vegetables. All produce, which is organic, is donated to neighbors, local food banks, and the Long Branch Senior Center. Lisa is a long time gardener and vegan chef, and in addition to tending Long Branch’s urban gardens, Lisa works on a family farm in Cream Ridge. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Join us as we welcome : Michelle Mathis
Michelle Mathis is co-founder of Olive Branch Ministries, a multi-cultural ministry that educates, advocates for and reaches out to marginalized peoples in North Carolina. She is an ordained minister and the Health and Wellness minister of her local congregation, ExodusMissionaryOutreachChurch. She also volunteers at the local state prison and serves on the Prison Ministry board.
Michelle serves on the Board of Directors of ALFA, an HIV/AIDS service organization and also volunteers as an HIV tester and Community Health Educator. She is a proud member of the local NAACP branch where she serves as branch secretary, Health Chair and Civic Engagement Coordinator.
Michelle and her wife, Karen Lowe, are dedicated to serving the community through outreach. Olive Branch Ministries is an outpouring of their love of people and the calling God has placed on their lives to serve those in need.