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  • 00:56

    Prayer Changes Things With Evangelist Jannie Branch For 5-27-2015

    in Religion

    Prayer Changes Things With Evangelist Jannie Branch
    Join Her: Wednesday @ 7:00 PM (PST) - 9:00 PM (CST) - 10:00 PM (EST)
    Call: 424-675-8300



    Join Evangelist Jannie Branch as she shares Biblical teachings that will strengthen your prayer life, increase your faith, and transform for your life.


     

  • 02:00

    The Supernatural Faith Church Pastor R.T. Whaley

    in Christianity

    Proverbs 11:28 He that trusteth in his riches shall fall: the righteous shall flourish as a branch

  • 00:21

    Late Night In The Word

    in Religion

    Welcome to Late Night in the Word, a radio production of Olive Branch Ministries, Olive Branch International Communications, and www.olivebranchonline.org.  Thank you for listening.  Our program is focused on the Hebraic connections and roots which are in the Old Testament Holy Scriptures that established the revelation of Jesus the Messiah and His Kingdom in the New Testament.  In these last days, it is so important to know and understand for yourself what the Bible is saying.  We don't try to establish theology, we just focus on what the scriptures on saying and how they interconnect to form a beautiful tapestry of Heavenly revelation.
    Call or text in for questions or comments and even for prayer needs.  Shalom, Shalom!!

  • 00:08

    PEEL with Harriet!

    in Health

    "PEEL with Harriet" is a network committed to the total well being of individuals.  Anyone wanting to implement powerful prayer into their lives must subscribe to this Blog. Harriet Gordon, LPC, is a licensed and ordained minister; a certified and licensed master teacher; and a state certified licensed professional counselor.  If you want to live victoriously, you have come to the right place,.


    "No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain on the vine." John 15:4b

  • 00:46

    A MEMORIAL DAY SALUTE: HONOR OUR FALLEN

    in Lifestyle

    TOMORROW IS MEMORIAL DAY, A DAY THAT MANY JUST SEE AS ANOTHER HOLIDAY OR A DAY TO GET GREAT SAVINGS ON SALE ITEMS.  BUT MEMORIAL DAY IS DESIGNED TO HONOR OUR FALLEN MILITARY PERSONNEL, MEN AND WOMEN WHO GAVE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE SO THAT AMERICANS MIGHT BE FREE.  WE WILL TALK ABOUT A FEW OF OUR HEROES WHO LIVED, OR DIED, IN HORRIFIC CONDITIONS FIGHTING TO KEEP US FREE. WE WILL ALSO LISTEN TO SOME INSPIRING PATRIOTIC MUSIC FITTING FOR THE OCCASION.


    THOSE WHO WANT TO CALL IN MAY DO SO, THE NUMBER WILL BE SHOWN ON THE SCREEN. ALL I WOULD ASK IS THE NAME, RANK, BRANCH OF SERVICE OF THE ONE TO BE HONORED AND A VERY SHORT SYNOPSIS (1 MINUTE) OF HIS HEROISM.  I WANT THIS TO BE A MOVING MOMENT FOR ALL OF US FOR THEY DESERVE TO BE REMEMBERED BY A GRATEFUL NATION.  THE SHOW WILL BE LIVE AT 6PM (ET) AND THEN AVAILABLE ON DEMAND.


    LET'S HONOR THOSE WHO HONORED US.  GOD BLESS AMERICA AND MAY HER HEROES REST IN HIS TENDER CARE.

  • 00:45

    Chap 1 & 2 "Reading of Rulers of Evil" by Tupper Saussy, Read by Jörg Glismann

    in History

    Chapter 2 MISSIONARY ADAPTATION
    FEW PEOPLE SEEM to be aware that the Roman Catholic Church in America is officially recognized as a State.  How this came about makes interesting reading.  Early in his administration, President Ronald Reagan invited the Vatican City, whose ruling head is the Pope, to open its first embassy in Washington, D.C.  His Holiness responded positively, and the embassy, or Apostolic Nunciature of the Holy See, opened officially on January 10, 1984.


    (Nun-ci-a-ture a papal diplomatic mission headed by a nuncio)


        Shortly thereafter, a complaint was filed against President Reagan at U.S. District Court in Philadelphia by the American Jewish Congress, the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs, Seventh Day Adventists, the National Council of Churches, the National Association of Evangelicals, and Americans United for Separation of Church and State.  The plaintiffs sought to have the Court declare that the administration had unconstitutionally granted to the Roman Catholic faith privileges that were being denied to other establishments of religion.


    On May 7, 1985 the suit was thrown out by Chief Judge John Fullam.  Judge Fullam ruled that district courts do not have jurisdiction to intervene in “foreign policy decisions” of the executive branch.  Bishop James W. Malone, President of the U.S. Catholic Conference, praised Judge Fullam’s decision, noting that it settled “not a religious issue but a public policy question.”

  • 00:56

    Prayer Changes Things With Evangelist Jannie Branch For 5-20-2015

    in Religion

    Prayer Changes Things With Evangelist Jannie Branch
    Join Her: Wednesday @ 7:00 PM (PST) - 9:00 PM (CST) - 10:00 PM (EST)
    Call: 424-675-8300



    Join Evangelist Jannie Branch as she shares Biblical teachings that will strengthen your prayer life, increase your faith, and transform for your life.


     

  • 02:35

    RWANDA : AMERICA NTABWO IZAKOMEZA KWIHANGANIRA UBWICANYI BWA KAGAME

    in Politics Progressive

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:


    Diaspora Group Commends House Chairman for Urging Investigation into Rwandan Human Rights Abuses


    At Hearing, Rep. Chris Smith Questions President Kagame’s Role in Killings, Disappearances


    WASHINGTON, DC (May 20, 2015) – Democracy in Rwanda Now (DIRN), a non-profit, non-governmental organization, on Wednesday praised the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations for urging an investigation into Rwanda’s human rights record and President Paul Kagame’s role in a series of troubling events including killings and disappearances of dissidents.


    Subcommittee Chairman Chris Smith (R-NJ) called some of the recent reported abuses “serious crimes” and said the international community needs to take a “very aggressive look” into what President Paul Kagame’s complicity was in the disappearances and killings of dissidents. “If there are death squads being deployed to kill the diaspora and political opponents...we need to get to the bottom of this,” he said.


    The chairman made the remarks at a hearing Wednesday called “Developments in Rwanda,” which he called to examine “persistent, credible reports of human rights abuses by this government both inside and outside the country,” and “how this reality impacts US policy toward Rwanda.”


    “Any investigation into the assassinations, attempted assassinations and disappearances of Kagame dissidents is welcome news,” said one of the hearing witnesses David Himbara, a former top economic aide to Kagame and coordinator for the North American branch of DIRN. “I applaud Chairman Smith and Ranking Member Karen Bass for their leadership on this very serious and important issue. The Rwandan people deserve to live in a free and democratic society without fear 

  • 01:02

    Episode_01: PARCC Testing, Turnaround Schools, One Newark and Charters

    in Education

    Join us Thursday May 21st for our very first episode of School Matters as we seek to tackle one of the most pressing issues facing us today.


    Hosting will be Veronica Branch and Shennell Barnes McCloud. Moderating will be Eric Dawson. 


    This platform is intended to inform and engage the community in an attempt to improve the overall conditions of education in our urban communities—we look forward to your participation in these weekly discussions.


    If you'd like to contact us please email to: schoolmattersradio@gmail.com

  • 02:09

    "and Bliss is in High Demand"

    in Radio

    "What you don't know won't hurt you".  "What happens in Vegas...". I have never seen a time where people think it's better to stay in thier Bubble than "know" shit. A shooting in Olive Branch and people were stunned. "Please God protect us". Guess what? The violence is EVERYWHERE. Waiting for it to land on your front yard or Produce Isle is just too late. And to do this puposely is almost unforgivable. It's not about making yourself Crazy with Negativity. It's about be aware of what gos on around you.

  • 01:04

    REBROADCAST: A Conversation with Fairfax County

    in Lifestyle

    Col. Edwin C. Roessler Jr. is a 26-year veteran of law enforcement, Roessler has served as deputy chief of patrol since 2010, managing crime fighting efforts across eight district stations in addition to managing the Animal Services Division. Serving as deputy chief, he has managed police emergency responses to a variety of natural disasters and tactical operational events, deployed personnel to the recent Presidential Inauguration and managed patrol assets committed to solving several multijurisdictional crimes. Roessler also directs strategic planning initiatives for the department to ensure a high standard of service delivery as future infrastructure growth is planned in many communities throughout Fairfax County.


    Roessler began his law enforcement career with the New York City Department of Investigation before joining the Fairfax County Police Department as a patrol officer. He has served in every rank up to and including deputy chief. Prior senior command assignments have included the Internal Affairs Bureau, director of the Criminal Justice Academy, managing the department’s budget and human resources and leading a Patrol Bureau division that included the Animal Services Division, the Crime Analysis Unit and the construction of the Sully District Station. In addition to these command assignments, he led efforts that created the Incident Support Services program.


    Joining Chief Roessler is Ms. Shirley Ginwright who was elected president of the Fairfax County Branch of the NAACP in 2012 with a pledge to increase membership, membership participation, civic engagement, and community involvement which is exactly what Open Talk is all about.