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The I. H. Elders will be talking about the current conditions of the world. Malachi/Malaki 3:18 "Then you shall again see the difference between the righteous and the wrong, between one who serves the Mighty One and one who does not serve Him."
Please join me Tuesday July 28th at 9:30 am.CST as I talk about the Garden Of Eden. Thanks for the inspiration Tamara. What happened in the garden is of great significance. Adam and Eve only knew good. They were in the garden of God. They walked in the cool of the day with Him. The serpent hates Gods creation. If he could get them to question what God really said. If he could persuade them God was withholding something from them. That they would be like God , and know good and evil. He could get into the realm of Eden and usurp their authority. They already were created in Gods image and likeness, and walked in the cool of the day with The One Who is wisdom.God warned Adam what would happen if they ate of the tree of good and evil.that they would surely die .But He gave them free will to choose .The serpent told her in Genesis 3:5 that their eyes would be opened and that they would be like God. They were already like Him , yet they didnt have to know evil. Now their eyes were opened to darkness , to the devils kingdom. They immediately experienced shame. Yet in all this God covered them in His mercy. Jesus came to restore what He did not steal, so we could once again eat from the tree of life. Yes! It's all about a garden! Hope you can join me ~ Char
Welcome all to this special Saturday episode of All About Town on the Altair 4 1 Radio Network. This special show will feature special guest Mario Esposito. Mr. Esposito will be on the show to talk about something that is near and dear to his heart. That is naming a Staten Island Ferry in honor of his late father. He will be talking about the pain staking measures that he is taking to make this dream a reality. He will also be talking about the American Parkinson's Disease Association which has its National Headquarters in Staten Island and what they are doing to help people that are battling Parkinson's Disease. Call (347) 826-7693 to speak to Mario and pose any questions that you have for him. Questions will also be allowed in the chat room.
I will be breaking down the failure that is the 2015 Cincinnati Reds with my man Joseph Fletcher. The topics to be covered include:
What has gone wrong for the Reds?
How can a team with an ace like Johnny Cueto (before he was traded) and the best closer in baseball in Arodis Chapman (he may be traded soon) suck so bad?
Should the Reds have kept Dusty Baker?
It appears to be a long time since David Crosby released a solo album; 20 years and counting. Croz, named for what his friends call him, is 11 tracks, some of which he wrote with his son James Raymond. It's the amalgamation of the inevitability of time passing. Crosby tells host Robin Milling that time is a theme that has run in his songs throughout his life.
He also reflects on how his near death experience has impacted his life since, and where he is headed. He says, 'I think your time here on the planet is the most valuable resource you have. I came to that from having wasted a great deal of it. I wasted years and years of time just getting loaded or just getting laid or just being a crazy man.'
In this candid, outspoken, provocative and blatantly honest conversation, Croz talks about debunking song myths, what drove CSNY to break up, his Woodstock memories, and where he currently stands with Neil Young to name a few topics. His rants on Twitter exemplify his need to tell it like it is which he says might be a Leo trait he's always had.
No matter how much he may get in trouble for speaking his mind, the music has always been his essential means of communication which he describes as a 'lifting force on the human race.'
For more information on David Crosby visit his website www.davidcrosby.com
Host Tiffany Williams-Jallow and Dr. Jared Pingleton, director of Focus on the Family's counseling department, clinical psychologist, minister, and author of the book "Making Magnificent Marriages," help husbands and wives who are facing marriage problems answer the nagging question "Did I Marry The Wrong Person?" To join the show live, join the chat room or call 714-409-0610 with your comments or questions.
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MAN ABOUT TOWN WITH DONN CARL HARPER
What do you do when you're born to legendary comedian Richard Pryor and white Jewish go-go dancer Shelley Bonus in Los Angeles, California, spending your formative years navigating what it's like to be Black and Jewish? You write a show about it! Rain Pryor joins host Robin Milling for a backstage chat about her one-woman show, Fried Chicken & Latkes, now playing at the National Black Theater in Harlem, New York.
On stage Rain tells poignant tales of her childhood, growing up in Beverly Hills in the heyday of the 60s and 70s, expertly weaving in the voices of her mother, her Bubby, her father's grandmother, and her dad. There was the time when she was five and someone called her the 'N' word, and all through her teenage years valley girls bullied her just because she looked different. She tells Robin, 'Growing up in Beverly Hills there weren't kids like me. I think I just wanted to feel normal. It wasn't like I wanted to be white. I didn't want to be black. I just wanted to be OK to be me and it wasn't. I was bullied when kids would chase me down the street throwing rocks at me; that's bullying. It felt like I was running for my life through Beverly Hills! And I literally hid in bushes.'
And then there are the stories of her famous father who had Miles Davis play her a lullaby to send her to dreamland, and when she first realized his comic genius. Father and daughter relationships can be tricky after divorce, but Rain also had to deal with sometimes coming second to her dad's fame and career. She tells Robin how his presence is still strongly felt even 10 years after his death, and dedicates the show to his memory.
Transgender is becoming more understood in our culture. Or at least, it's more recognized. But that's the problem, it isn't understood. I spoke with Erica Burns, a transgender female and Robert Lee, a gender-neutral person. That was a new one for me.
Erica's story is one you've heard before: She always knew she was born into the wrong body. About 9 months ago, at 23, she took action ... and hormones.
Robert goes by "he" because he was born into a male body, and he is comfortable with it. But it doesn't stop there. He is not a hermaphrodite. He calls himself "gender fluid." He says he is in the middle, choosing neither male nore female.
This show is guaranteed to be interesting!
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