• 01:44

    Israel's importance in the world today...

    in Religion

    If we look at a map of the Middle East, we will see many Islamic countries surrounding the little state of Israel. Israel remains the only democracy in the region and the voice of reason "crying out in the wilderness," as John the Baptist would say. Israel remains a staunch ally of the United States, and the only nation on Earth where Jews are welcomed "no questions asked." But surprisingly, Israel's very existence is important to the millions of Ecumenical Christains who exist in the world today. Today, we will be discussing politics and religion. Call us with your opinion at 646-595-3275.

  • 00:33

    IndieReview Behind The Scenes w/ Bobbie Pyron Premier Virtual Author Book Tours

    in Entertainment

    Hello Everyone, My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan one of your hosts, and my co-host Jamie White is also joining me this evening. Tonight we are very happy to have the opportuity to chat with Children's/YA Fiction Author Bobbie Pyron!


    From Bobbie Pyron: I live in Park City, Utah, way up at 7,000 feet.   I live here with my husband, Todd, our three dogs Boo, Teddy, and Sherlock, and our two cats Mittens and Kami.   Yes, it's a zoo.


    My debut novel THE RING, was published by WestSide Books in 2009. In March of 2011, my middle-grade novel, A DOG'S WAY HOME, was published by Katherine Tegen Books (HarperCollins). The Dogs of Winter (2012) was published by Arthur A. Levine Books/Scholastic. My new middle grade novel, Lucky Strike (Arthur A. Levine Books), comes out March 1, 2015!


    Contact: http://bobbiepyron.com/index.html


     

  • 02:02

    Celtics Talk Radio episode 99 The End of the 2014/15 NBA Regular season has come

    in Sports

    Thats right the 82 game regular season in the NBA has finally come to an end. The Celtics started this season as a team that was destined for the NBA lottery. The chances for that destiny being achieved went up when Danny Ainge traded Rajon Rondo to the Dallas Mavericks. Everyone thought for sure this teams destiny was a lock once Ainge traded Jeff Green. The fan's starting talking about going into tank mode for the 2nd season in a row. But instead the Celtics opted to fight in what was a weak Eastern Conference and show the rest of the NBA that they are not far from being able to compete with the NBA'S elite teams despite those teams having all-stars on their roster and Boston having none. The Celtics found themselves in the middle of a 4 team race going into the final week of the NBA regular season for the 7th and 8th spots in the Eastern Conference. The Celtics with no all-star players were in the lead of that 4 team race ahead of 3 teams that everyone thought was a lock for the NBA playoffs before the season started. The Celtics were ahead of a Brooklyn Nets team who had Joe Johnson, Deron Williams and Brook Lopez leading them in their fight for a playoff spot. They were ahead of the Miami Heat who of course did not have Chris Bosh but still had Dwayne Wade, Luol Deng and added Goran Dragic at the trade deadline. They were also ahead of the team that has been one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference the last few seasons along with Miami which is the Indiana Pacers and yet the Pacers had Roy HIbbert and George Hill virtually all season. The Celtics with no Rondo, no Green and while having no Jared Sullinger managed to catch and pass those 3 teams and have the edge going into the final week. So now we will discuss how did the final week end. Did the Celtics do what many thought was impossible and get to the NBA playoffs if so who will they face or are they headed to the lottery again. We recap the season with Adam Lowenstein

  • 00:33

    On the Air With Michelle Stimpson

    in Entertainment

    Michelle Stimpson is an author, a speaker, and an educator who received her Bachelor of Science degree from Jarvis Christian College in 1994.  She earned a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2002.  She has had the pleasure of teaching elementary, middle, and high school as well as training adults.


    In addition to her work in the field of education, Michelle ministers through writing and public speaking.  Her works include the highly acclaimed Boaz Brown, Divas of Damascus Road (National Bestseller), and Falling Into Grace.  She has published several short stories for high school students through her educational publishing company, Right Track Academic Support Services, at www.wegottaread.com.


    Michelle serves in women’s ministry at her home church, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship,in Dallas, TX. She regularly speaks at special events and writing workshops sponsored by churches, schools, book clubs and other positive organizations, and she has taught writing classes at the University of Texas at Arlington.


    Michelle lives near Dallas with her husband, their two teenage children, and one crazy dog.

  • 00:03

    Sinful Morality-Rom 2 verse 1-11

    in The Bible

    I don't know any letter that is more fundamental and foundational than Paul's letter to the Romans. It is unquestionably the greatest of all of Paul's letters and the widest in its scope. It is most intent and penetrating in its insight into the understanding of truth; therefore, it is one of the books of the New Testament with which every Christian ought to be thoroughly familiar. If you haven't mastered the book of Romans and aren't able to think through this book without a Bible before you, then I urge you to set that as your goal.


    Master the book of Romans — be so acquainted with it that you can outline it and think of its great themes without a Bible open before you. That requires reading it and studying it and thinking it through in careful detail. It is safe to say that Romans probably is the most powerful human document that has ever been penned.


    Paul's letter to the Romans was written about 56-58 A.D., somewhere around the middle of the 1st century, when the apostle was in Corinth on his third missionary journey. As you read this letter, you can catch glimpses of the conditions in the Greek city of Corinth. Corinth was located at the crossroads of trade in the empire. It was one of the notoriously wicked cities in the Roman world and much of that atmosphere is characterized here in the letter to the Romans.


    This letter was written only about 30 years after the crucifixion and resurrection of the Lord Jesus. The memory of the cross still was sharply etched in the minds of Christians all over the Roman Empire. This letter was sent to them to teach them and instruct them and bring to their remembrance the meaning of these fantastic events that had so startled and amazed men in that 1st century.

  • 00:14

    Robert McNally shares his life lessons

    in Lifestyle

    Author Robert McNally shares his life lessons. Reminiscing about the "good 'ol days” can drum up some interesting memories of days gone by, a simpler time when the biggest concern children had was how many minutes they could play outside until Mom and Dad noticed the streetlights were on.  After all, that was the universal signal that it was time to hightail it into the house.  Author Robert McNally's hilarious recollection of his childhood memories, in The Memoir of a Boy on His Dangerous Journey trilogy is reminiscent of Huck Finn.  



    The trilogy includes two volumes to-date:  I Had Jelly on My Nose and A Hole in My Breeches (vol. 1), Sister Superior's Thumb, the Pope's Ring and the End of Childhood (vol. 2), and the final book in the trilogy is currently being penned.

    I Had Jelly on My Nose and A Hole in My Breeches (vol. 1) highlights McNally's childhood during WWII and the Great Depression when he grew up near a crematory and a jail. This wide-eyed, young boy's inner circle included members of his family, inmates of the county jail, and his best friend Rosemary. In his surroundings were gypsies, beggars and hobos.  

    The second volume of the trilogy, Sister Superior's Thumb, the Pope's Ring and the End of Childhood, continues on with McNally's adventures as he enters adolescence.  One day he picked himself up and walked out of school and did not return. Three months later he was registered in a different one. 


    Robert McNally writes about his life's adventures growing up in Ridgewood and Middle Village, NY, at the coaxing of friends and family.  Insurance auditor, turned writer, McNally now resides in New York with his wife.


    This show is presented by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for special discounts.

  • 00:50

    Understanding The Muslim World with Pastor Kamal

    in Current Events

      Today we will have Pastor Kamal explaining all about the Muslim world and the difference between Shias,Sunnies, Kurds and how the western world can understand Muslim culture . Also we will talk about ISIS and the war in the Middle East.


     


    www.studycenter.com


    www.khouse.org

  • 02:04

    Policy Issues with No easy Answers

    in Politics

    Every week Yaron Brook reviews significant headlines that impact freedom in various forms. Commenting from a philosophical view that man's greatest value is self, he brings unique perspective to the conversation, always ending the show with a positive sense of life.


    This week's show is running on Friday as Yaron will be speaking throughout Europe for the next month and will be in the middle of a talk on Monday at the normal show time.  There will be extra shows during this time permitting internet connections.  Check back often for extra episodes!

  • 02:00

    SOUND OFF: Your Opportunity to Offer Solutions to Today's Pressing Problems

    in Politics Progressive

    SOUND OFF! This is our attempt to engage our audience. We are giving you the chance to voice your opinion. Have you been following the headlines and seen the number of police shootings? Are rising prices concerning you? Have you been affected by foreclosure? Do the wars in The Middle East concern you? Do you know about TPP? Join us for this opportunity to share your thoughts and feelings on today’s most pressing problems. We are going to offer solutions and we are listening for yours. Share this with your family and friends. What are your feelings on lobbying? What are your feelings on immigration? Are Coops a solution? What is the impact of the Federal Reserve and the fractional reserve system? Bring your concerns and solutions to this show. We are a voice for everyday people.

  • 01:00

    Using Intuition For Thriving

    in Spirituality

    Join Janice as she talks with clairvoyant and teacher, Tamara Heims.  Tamara holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in Elementary Education, and is a Certified Angel Card Reader clairvoyant who works with the angelic realm. In 2009 Tamara had a spiritual awakening experience that happened to her in the middle of the night. She explains it as if someone turned on all the lights and electricity to the highest volume in her home. It took her several months to begin to understand what had happened.  Today she helps and supports other people who are having these same experiences.
    In 2011 Tamara created a blog called Intuitive Mothers as well as a Facebook group called Intuitive Mothers that supports women and their children with their spiritual awakenings. She works with families and children who are clairvoyant and highly sensitive to their environment. Tamara is a married mother of four children and offers techniques in how to connect and support families to their spiritual inner voice.
    Currently, Tamara is teaching and offering Angel Card Readings as a service of support to those who have had a shift in their lives and are having metaphysical type experiences. Tamara is a warm, gentle and inspiring teacher. You can find out more information through her blog site http://www.intuitivemothers.wordpress.com or by imtamara444@gmail.com

  • 02:02

    5th Annual Chesapeake Bay Reggae Fest Pre-Show May 16th -17th

    in Music

    The 5th Annual Chesapeake Bay Reggae Fest also known as the Buckroe Beach Reggae Fest will be held on the beautiful shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Mill Point Park is the gem of Downtown Hampton with splendid views of the waterway, passing boats, and wildlife. A nice setting of nature with lots of trees and grass to kickback  right in the middle of historic downtown Hampton. The festival has a whole array of craft and food vendors to send you on a trip to the islands. Lastly  the event also has many free parking lots that are designated for the event all weekend to make your entry and exit a breeze. Please check the Location tab for exact parking locations . Drum Your Dream is about providing an uplifting, attention getting, drumming experience for everyone to enjoy, regardless of their musical abilities or age. We provide quality rhythm based events in Communities, education, Health and Corporate workplace environments. Through hands on music making and interactive performances, we seek to enhance teamwork, cultural appreciation and community spirit, most of all; we Create Unity in the Community by the use of a Fun Filled Facilitated Drum Circle experience, where everyone gets to share their Rhythm Spirit. Each participant gets to share their own special unique beat with the group which connects everyone together. And in doing so, we break the ice for guests to become new friends with one another in the community and work environment

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