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Everyone has experienced heartbreak. We all have that one person we will never be able to stop thinking about no matter how hard we try. But...what if you could? That is the question that set writer/director Kryzz Gautier on the journey of creating this universe. Could technology get to the point of being able to erase heartbreak from the world?
Join us as we speak to writer/director Kryzz Gautier about this film that asks the question: What is the real price when we choose to have our memories altered or changed?
Check out her Kickstarter campaign for more details.
Hosted by William Battle
Please join me today June 30th ( AT 9;30 am, CST today) NOTE TIME CHANGE FOR TODAY.
as we discuss how the voice of The Lord has always been speaking to mankind.
From the beginning of time , and unti the end of time God has spoken. His voice has spoken through His eternal Word. Through the beauty of creation. Through the prophets, the angels. Through His Son, He cries mercy, mercy, not judgment. Yet if people refuse mercy, and refuse to hear His voice. Which cries out still. Through His Word, His Spirit, and His Bride. The Spirit and the Bride say come- to those who will hear. Come and drink of the water of life freely. Buty just as in every age. People refuse to hear Him.Think on this.
"For you are not being sent to a people of unintelligible speech or difficult language, but to the house of Israel, (Ezekiel 3:5)
nor to many peoples of unintelligible speech or difficult language, whose words you cannot understand. But I have sent you to them who should listen to you; (Ezekiel 3:6)
yet the house of Israel will not be willing to listen to you, since they are not willing to listen to Me. Surely the whole house of Israel is stubborn and obstinate. (Ezekiel 3:7)
They refused to hear His Voice. They refused to hear His prophets, they refused to hear His Son. They refused to listen to His Word. Yet the signs are all around us. As they were then. So they are now.
Tonight at 7pm we will chat it up with Niyah Moore, CEO of Ambiance Books and her label mates Tracee Boyd, Carla Pennington, Rikenya Hunter and Phoenix Rayne! They are going to open up and let us into their world for the entire show! Call in, listen up and get your chance to ask questions or voice your opinion! Talk to you tonight!
Call us on Thursday, June 25th and chill with authors Kenitra Jordan and JoDee Sanders of Joken Publications! Let's see if they'll open up and let us in their worlds from 7 to 9pm est on The Voice Of ZitrO! (646) 200-3055.....Talk to you soon!
On the show, we will be speaking with filmmakers Stacey Wear and Gerard Ungerman about The Respectful Revolution Project.
The Respectful Revolution Project is a national, grass-roots, not-for-profit video project started in 2012 by partners and filmmakers Gerard Ungerman and Stacey Wear. For the past three years, traveling mostly by motorcycle, they have gone cross-country three times so far and interviewed people - all doing INSPIRING and RESPECTFUL things. They find people that are taking respectful action, and make short videos about what they are doing. Why they are doing it, and who they are. Their stories are sometimes simple, sometimes complex, and always somehow compellingly personal.
Check out their Kickstarter or at the following sites:
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In the book of first Samuel the third chapter we will be closely viewing the vision God has for us today. Make the vision plain. What hope,expectation do you have. where is your focus. Who are you looking to for a new beginning? Is it a dream that will vanish at the break of day or do you have a message from God? These are not questions these are statements You have the answer you administer the exam, and you score your heart. It is not a gut feeling it is God directing and guiding Do not miss this searies. Do not miss a move of God. on the Voice of Joy today. The Lord of host has sworn, saying,Surely as I have thought so shall it come to pass and as I have purposed it shall stand. Listen for the lovation and hold fast to the Word of the Lord.
Clever Black was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in March of 1973. He and his immediate family left New Orleans on August 28, 2005 to escape hurricane Katrina and they’ve never returned to the city except for the occasional visit. Clever Black and his family now call Charlotte, North Carolina home.
Clever Black Books, LLC was formed in October of 2011. Its goal is to deliver a thought-proving read to all who are interested in this epic family saga that exposes and expresses many a life’s experiences—the American experience. The Holland Family Saga is America at its best and its worst. It is a sweeping and epic family saga filled with drama, violence, deep-dialogue and deadly alliances. And that’s just scraping the surface.
Clever Black also has a bi-monthly column in Urban Grapevine Magazine, a digital magazine that caters to Urban Fiction, titled Publishing, Politicking and People. His first article was published inside the magazine in May of 2014.
Clever Black can be reached through Facebook under the name Clever Black and on Twitter @cleverblack. His works are available in eBook format and paperback on Amazon, and in e-book format on Barnes and Nobles, with Outlaw Chics being exclusively published in Kindle format only.
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On this episode, we welcome back writer/director Sabra Wrice from Hope Love Media and discuss the final two movies in her short film trilogy.
History of Silence and Playing Love are the second and third parts of a short film trilogy. These films follow a group of LGBTQ college students as they come to terms with who they are as individuals and what it is that truly makes them happy.
The mission of Hope Love Media is to share the kind of love that inspires creativity in others. One of the ways to define love is acceptance. When you allow others to be who they are, it can motivate and help them be their best selves. This film series was created to share a love story in the LGBTQ community that was cut short by fear of not being accepted for who you truly are. The goal is to show the impact that fear has on thousands of people every single day and then stand to help create change.
Check out their Kickstarter campaign here.
Also, check them out at their website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Hosted by William Battle