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State of the Black Church: Mission Accomplished, or Missionary Field? Has the Black Church failed the Black community? Is it true that Black people should not even be Christians, since that faith was forced onto us? What does the future hold for both the Black Church and the Black community she's supposed to minister to? Your hosts Jae Iglesia and Mr. Pearson welcome three men of faith to answer these questions: Minister Adrian McNeal, Minister Keith Woldridge, and Pastor Xerxes Reamer. They will discuss the Black Church, the Black Community, and the recent statements of Dr. Umar Johnson--in The Barbershop!
in Self Help
Pat G’Orge-Walker is in a league of her own. This accomplished Christian author and comedienne has an amazing mind and talent for turning her observations of church life into gems of sidesplitting humor. It is her own special gift from God that enables her to depict the often-ridiculous antics of church folk without subverting the Good News or watering down the potency of its message.
Pat’s comedic gifts range from a southern folk humor laden with parables to an intelligent wit that appeals to a wide-variety of audiences. Her gift as a storyteller has attracted a diverse and loyal fan base. Moreover, she is a captivating speaker who is as every bit as poignant as she is funny.
Pat G’Orge-Walker has paid a high price for the ever-present smile on her face. This Mt. Vernon, New York PK (preacher’s kid) has survived cancer, a raging house fire; a violent assault; a car crash that mangled her body and a viral infection that left her temporarily blinded. Through it all, Pat quietly soaked in material from her father’s Baptist congregation and her mother’s Pentecostal assembly to create the stories that keep readers and audiences howling with laughter. The First Lady of Gospel Comedy is a national andEssence Best Seller, multi-award winner forging a successful career as author and comedian; and has paved the way, formany. Pat’s storytelling has been likened to Zora Neale Hurston’s folklore—a documentation of American culture and church life in literature.
Excelsior! Welcome to the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse airing this Saturday at 6pm EST. We're really going to be terse and relegate the description of this installment as being mostly about Avengers: Age of Ultron. So if you are squeamish about spoilers, listeners are forewarned! Additional topics to be discussed are: more on Josh Trank's Fantastic Four trailer; George Clooney's Tomorrowland; Invader Zim returns; Flash and Gotham finales. And lastly, if time permits, we will address some of the issues we failed to cover during last week's Mid Week program. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
The Don S. McClure Show-Live Enjoying Your Life and your Success.
Opening Song by B.B. King, I like to Live The Love That I sing about.
B.B. King, (Riley B. King) (September 16, 1925 – May 14, 2015), known by his stage name B.B. King, was an American Hall of Fame blues Singer, Songwriter and Guitarist.
You see your dream come to life right before your eyes. All the desires and hard work materialize and now standing in front of you and those you presented the very idea of what you wanted out of life, has become full grown.
You feel a joy beyond anything you can compare it against. What thoughts go through your head, once you know what you wanted to achieve or create or set as a goal?
Has been accomplished.
What words and feelings relate to your feeling successful?
At ease, Calm, Carefree, Comfortable, Comfy,Composed, Content
Should a casual fan's opinion matter during a sports debate or should their thoughts be taken with a grain of salt?
Do you feel that casual fans are just having fan with their opinion or real sports fans take the sports too serious?
Do you think the media povoking casual fans helps professional sports?
Has thug/gang culture infiltrated sports at a high level?
Why would an accomplished athlete represent that culture or are some athletes "false flagging" to SEEM tough?
Is it ok to jump on another teams bandwagon becuase you hate their opponents?
Is the hip-hop culture the bridge between athletes and thug/gang culture?
Do you think there are white athletes that represent the same culture? If so, why isnt it focused on?
Live This Wednesday October 22, 2014
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Guest: Dr.Trineice Robinson-Martin
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"Checking in with Joetta” is an interactive show that will provide informative conversations about topics such as health, education, finances, fitness, empowerment, sports, relationships, and motivational tactics. These topics will be discussed with business & financial leaders, educators, sports legends, entrepreneurs, health & wellness advocates and historical icons.
"Checking in with Joetta" will serve as a useful, informative and thought provoking resource for ALL adults, teens & children.
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ATTacHE' is an English, Spanish and Latino Urban-Pop American musical group created by "Powerful Music" producer Jorge Marcos.
Marcos is one of the original founders of the band CLOUDS who pioneered the world wide known "THE MIAMI SOUND” featured in the PBS documentary "THE SOUND TRACK OF OUR LIVES” written and produced by TV producer Joe Cardona.
Jorge Marcos was nominated twice for the Grammy Music Awards, alongside his brother, musician Frankie Marcos whose impressive Jazzy Rock and Latin Rhythms has caught the attention of Governors, State Legislators and City Officials honoring them for their international achievements in the field of music.
Marcos has co-produced remix songs for prestigious stars such as: David Bisbal, Jon Secada, M.S.M (the Miami Sound Machine Band) a recent Emilio Estefan musical project.
ATTacHE's flawless feminine vocals are none other than the skilled and accomplished singer Taniyah, a multilayer singer that interprets a variety of sounds from R'n'B, American POP, Latin Rhythms to beautiful international love songs. In her own unique and original style Taniyah captivates all audiences with her beautiful voice and exotic Mediterranean style. She has worked as a vocalist for UNIVISION TV NETWORK for the past ten years.
To complement each other’s musical talents, Taniyah and Jorge have created ATTacHE' and recorded their first English CD: "Dear Music" and for their Spanish audience, the CD "Querida Musica".
Taniyah and Jorge’s life performance will captivate the listening and dancing audience around the world.
Enrique Castillo, Actor/Writer/Director of “Veteranos: A Legacy of Valor”
Latin Heat Entertainment Memorial Day Performance of “Veteranos: A Legacy of Valor”
Podcast on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 5:30 pm PST
Mr. Castillo is an accomplished actor/writer/director, Enrique began his career with Luis Valdez’s Teatro Campesino in 1969.
In 1978 Enrique made the move to Hollywood and was cast in the hit play Zoot Suit, created and directed by Luis Valdez. Since then he has appeared in over 50 television shows and feature films.
Veteranos: A Legacy of Valor pays homage to the countless Latinos who have fought and died in America’s defense highlighting the stories of four American heroes.
The full-length production highlights the stories of 4 American heroes and the Memorial Day performances focus on one story, the one of Eugene Arnold Obregon.
In commemoration of American veterans on Memorial Day, Latin Heat Entertainment will present Veteranos: A Legacy of Valor, a theatrical tribute written & directed by actor/writer Enrique Castillo.
Memorial Day, May 25, 2015 at Plaza de la Raza in Lincoln Heights (Los Angeles).
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Huffington Post columnist and the author of Broken Pieces and Broken Place Rachel Thompson and writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz host media guests and persons of interest on LetsTalk
Yonight's guest is Elissa Daye, the author of Crushed. It's book 1 in the Press Legacy Series.
Ever since childhood, I have enjoyed reading stories as an escape from life. When I was a teenager I started to write my own stories that kept me entertained whenever I ran out of books to read. When I was accepted into Illinois Summer School for the Arts in my Junior year of High School, I knew I wanted to become a writer. I graduated from Illinois State University in December 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and began my teaching career, hoping to find moments to write in my free time.
After seven years of teaching, I decided to focus on my writing and made the decision to put my teaching years behind me so that I could create the stories I had always dreamed of. I am now happily married and a stay at home mom. I try my best to master the art of multitasking to get everything accomplished and write in any spare moment I can find.
There's nothing more important than taking action on our dreams and goals and yet everyday, women around the world are perplexed, confused and downright frustrated about not feeling accomplished. One of the major reason why so many fail to make things happen is because of the negative habits that have been automated and practiced over time in the subconscious mind.
Today, host and business success coach, Trina Newby will share 5 Habits that prevent action and how to turn the into positive habits that will work for you.
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"Making Money in Real Estate When You Have No Money" with 50 years of combined experience in real estate and finance, Ken Sheppard & Dana Leigh share real world "How To" actions to use real estate togenerate passive income, build wealth and create a financial legacy for your family We started out this way and so can you.
Today we'll here about wholesaling from Brian Stark, the founding Vice President of the Real Estate Investors Association of Cleveland, and is a member of the Board of Trustees of The Cleveland Restoration Society. He is an active tennis player and an accomplished amateur chef. Brian lives in Cleveland Heights, OH.
Brian and his Brother Paul Stark host a weekly radio show; The Stark Group LIVE! Talking Real Estate, Thursdays from 7-8 pm, on 1300 am, WERE, now in its 10th year.
Brian and Paul Stark are founders of the Friends of The Cleveland Mounted Police, and are involved in other community activities.
The Company headquarters is in downtown Cleveland.
Find our podcasts on the iTunes store under "Making Money in Real Estate When You Have No Money".
Please join our online community at CreativeFlips.webs.com and connect with us on LinkedIn- Ken and Dana.