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R B1G Show : Bye Week Rutgers Football Talk & Recruiting Update. Call-ins welcome . Guest call-in number is (914) 338-1694
R B1G Show: Rutgers Football 2015 Homecoming Special Podcast Tonight 10pm. Call-ins welcomed! Give me your thoughts on QB play?!
Rádio Angola (RA): Teremos o privilégio de entrevistar em direto o jornalista e advogado William Tonet, Sábado dia 3 de Outubro. Durante a entrevista, iremos abordar os principais aspectos relacionados com o nosso actual estado democrático de direito, caso 15+1, caso Kalupeteka, Fundo Soberano de Angola, corrupção, abuso dos direitos humanos, enriquecimento da família presidencial, etc.
A entrevista esta marcada para Sábado, dia 3 de Outubro, às 9:00 horas locais de Washington DC, 14 horas em Angola, 14 horas em Portugal e 15 horas na África do Sul.
Por Florindo Chivucute
Os nossos ouvitem podem também participar em directo no programa via Skype ou telefonar para 011(914) 338-0378 escolhendo a opção 1. As perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para email@example.com. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas.
in Pop Culture
Louisiana musician William Donnie Picou of Bas Clas has been in the studio creating the new CD from his band Bas Clas.
When we have been abused or neglected as children it can leave us feeling wounded, deprived, and wronged by those we love and trusted. Even if the hurt is caused by complete strangers, if not resolved, it can continue to affect us and our subsequent relationships. Join us as Cynthia Patterson shares insight on dealing with the emotional pain of abuse; How to avoid and overcome addictive behaviors resulting from abuse; And learning the importance of God’s timing in working through painful memories.
R B1G Podcast 10pm tonight! Talk Penn St Matchup & The State of Affairs of Rutgers Football. Call-ins wanted at
William Jarvis was on the TMDS 'back in the day', where we discussed "The Jarvis Method" of TBI Recovery at home each and every day. Dr. Jarvis has developed the Jarvis Rehabilitation Method (JRM) in 2008 to create internal motivation to improve after a brain injury. Dr. Jarvis was in hospitals for eighteen months and has used these strategies for many years after his own severe TBI in 2000. Dr. Jarvis teaches improvement strategies that reinforce a person’s motivation. This method is based on his experience as a TBI Survivor, a teacher, a principal, college professor in Education, and co-leader of a TBI Support Group. His academic study in Education and personal understanding of the effects of a brain injury has provided an opportunity to apply motivational strategies to foster improvement during home rehabilitation.
A 'Magic Man' at heart and practice, the good doctor likes to see folks laugh, as well as seriously do his TBI gift of teaching and life coaching Brain Injury Survivors. Though is regular hummor is geared towards recovery, you KNOW mine is to. I'm just more of a PG-13 guy. OK, R occasionally.
Call in towards the beginning of the show, to listen and talk with Dr. Jarvis. (424) 243-9540. Let's talk humor, it creates social skills. Rolls from there.
in Self Help
Benjamin Patterson, the author, thanks his readers and followers their support. Like many other residents of New Orleans Ben was displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
He turned his Katrina chaos into his Patterson solution. He put all the elements into his first book that described his path to recovery. As the name suggested, he has discovered that life consists of things happening: the good and bad.
Throughout his trials and tribulations Ben has learned that the way people handle situations before and after they occur can make a big impact on success and failure. From that lesson, he decided to write his first book as an inspiration to himself and others who may be going through difficult times or simply dealing with life in general.
He thanks you again for your support and hopes everyone enjoys the roller coaster ride through his life and find out what kinds of things can happen.
Visit Ben Pattersob at: https://www.facebook.com/truth720.
Another Man’s War
The Sam Childers Story
Machine Gun Preacher Sam Childers grew up in the hills of Pennsylvania. His parents were decent, honest people but at an early age Sam started to show a knack for getting into trouble. His father, a former marine, grew fond of saying “Boy, somebody’s gonna kill you one of these days!”
A Troubled Teen
By his early teens Sam was constantly in fist fights, selling hard drugs and sleeping with married women. He continued to slide deeper into a life of violence and crime until he became a Shotgunner – an armed guard for drug dealers. It was during this stage of his life that he met Lynn, a stripper, who would later become his wife.
Unlearning a Life of Crime
Sam, haunted by his father’s words, became increasingly concerned that he was going to be killed because of drugs and slowly began to distance himself from his former life. He found a job in construction and prospered despite his continuing drug and alcohol habit. Lynn, meanwhile, returned to the Church she had forsaken as a young adult.
A Changed Man
Sam also sought to re-establish his relationship with God and began to live a clean life. Slowly, things began to change for the better. Lynn gave birth to a healthy baby girl and Sam started his own construction business. Little did they know that their greatest challenge was just around the corner.
JOIN US CALL IN NUMBER IS 646-929-2870 SPEAK TO SAM PERSONALLY OR YOUR BOY KDIDDY!
YOU GOT QUESTIONS WE GOT ANSWERS!
William Hollis is a former pro football player turned motivational speaker. His message of respect, perseverance, heart, family and sacrifice leaves his audiences clinging to every word. He is engaging, sharing both his trials and triumphs and connecting everything to sports, while making real-life applications.
Hollis motivates people to live life boldly and courageously, facing all circumstances with integrity and high character. He believes in making people happy while changing their lives. He currently serves as the defensive line coach for the ASI Panthers (Reading, PA) and motivational speaker for the Reading Raptors.
in Indie Music
ALPHONSE WAS THE LEAD SINGER OF THE MIRACLES. AND LOOK AND SOUNDS JUST LIKE SMOKEY ROBINSON.This marvelous gift he has been given is now a gift to all. His most recent exposure has been with Channel 9 (WGN) an morning show interview and performance with Micah Mattierre. He has also been invited to interview with radio stations such as 102.7 (V-103-FM) DJ Herb Kent and 88.5 (WHPK-FM) Brenda Phillips, just to name a few.FESTIVALS, CASINOS, theatres, Concert Halls, hotel parties and charity benefits have all captured moments of Alphonse singing Smokey Robinson on stage and were amazed! When "Smokey" left the group 1972 and was replaced by Billy Griffin, the name was changed back to The Miracles. Members: William "Smokey" Robinson (1955–1972) Ronald "Ronnie" White (1955–1983; 1993–1995) Warren "Pete" Moore (1955–1978) Clarence Dawson (1955) James Grice (1955) Emerson Rogers (1956) Robert "Bobby" Rogers (1956–1983; 1993–present) Claudette Rogers (Robinson) (1956–1964) Billy Griffin (1972–1978; late 1990s) Dave Finley (1978–1983; 1993–present) Sidney Justin (1993–c.2000) Tee Turner (1996–present) Mark Scott (2005–2008) Alphonse Franklin (2008-2009). HE'S NOW A SOLO ARTIST
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