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  • 01:02

    Kingdom Lifestyles Training Institute Broadcast

    in Religion

    God says in Isaiah 55:11, "So shall my word be that goeth out of my mouth. It shall not return to me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereunto I sent it."


    Join Apostle Christopher and Prophetess Crystal McQueen for the Kingdom Lifestyles Training Institute Broadcast! 


    Also join Apostle Christopher and Prophetess Crystal McQueen for our weekly broadcasts. The Christ the King Redemptive Ministries Worship Experience is every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The Kingdom Lifestyles Training Institute Broadcast is every Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Prophetic Atmosphere Broadcast is every Thursday at 7 p.m. On Friday nights join us for J.A.M.M. (Jesus and Me Ministry). 


    Christ the King Redemptive Ministries is an international ministry with churches, schools and orphanages in the United States, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria and Pakistan. Join us for Bible study, revelation in the Word of God, prophetic utterance, apostolic impartation and teaching as the Spirit of God gives us insight.


    Please go to our website at www.ctkrm.org to learn more about us and to watch us live. Click on the media tab and press play while we are broadcasting live! We pray that you become a Vision Partner with us. Your financial gift will help us to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ around the world! Also, like our pages on FaceBook at Christ the King Redemptive Ministries and Women of Prophetic Destiny.

  • 00:46

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Jo Anne White PhD

    in Books

    https://www.drjoannewhite.com/


    MORE HEAVEN: BECAUSE EVERY CHILD IS SPECIAL~


      Based on a true story, More Heaven: Because Every Child is Special about six children with autism and special needs and their teacher who gives them a chance at learning and life. Despite challenges and a lack of support, Miss Tina Randolph's commitment to reach, teach, and inspire these children is unwavering. 
     


      By accepting their uniqueness and participating in their private fantasy world, while at the same time engaging them in the real world, she eventually succeeds. Tina, her teacher's aide, Kaye, and the children mount a tireless, daily battle to shift the tide toward the acceptance of people who are different. 
     


      The experiment, begun in chaotic, uncharted waters, bridges the gap of understanding and paves the way for the inclusionary practices of education and society's acceptance of children and adults with special needs. This is a road that continues to need paving, making the messages inMore Heaven: Because Every Child Is Special equally relevant today. 
     


      The book evolved from an experiment in the Philadelphia school system in the late 1970's in response to the 1975 Education for the Handicapped Act, ruling that public schools in the US educate all children with disabilities, despite their severity. 
      Previously, many of these special needs children were kept at home-isolated and denied access to the mainstream. More Heaven is a powerful story of compassion, determination, disappointment, triumph, and love.

  • 00:40

    Thank You, Chris Hobbs

    in Sports

        Before he departs to West Palm Beach, Florida to accept a new position, and enter the next chapter of his life and career, the King James Radio Network and its founder, Korbid Thompson, would like to recognize the contributions of Timothy Christian Tigers boys basketball coach Chris Hobbs to KJRN.


        In our almost five year history, Coach Hobbs and the Tigers were instrumental in helping Korbid to see that expansion for KJRN was indeed possible. We were able to grow our high school sports fanbase in a different way, and in a way that helped to recognize the smaller schools and basketball teams in Middlesex County, and beyond.


        This is our tribute to Chris Hobbs on the King James Radio Network at www.jamesisking.com.

  • 01:03

    Zoe Weil on how to improve the world

    in Education

    Zoe Weil is the co-founder and president of the Institute for Humane Education (IHE), and is considered a pioneer in the comprehensive humane education movement. Zoe created IHE’s M.Ed., M.A. and graduate certificate programs, as well as IHE’s acclaimed humane education and MOGO (most good) workshops.


    Zoe is the author of six books, including the Nautilus Silver Medal–winner “Most Good, Least Harm: A Simple Principle for a Better World and Meaningful Life” (2009) and two books for young readers, including Moonbeam Gold Medal-winner “Claude and Medea” (2007). 


    Zoe speaks regularly at universities, conferences and schools, and in communities across the United States and Canada and periodically overseas. She has also served as a consultant on humane education to people and organizations around the world, and serves on the board of directors of Humane Education Advocates Reaching Teachers (HEART).


    Zoe received master’s degrees in theological studies from Harvard Divinity School in 1988 and in English literature from the University of Pennsylvania in 1983. She is also certified in psychosynthesis counseling.


     

  • 02:01

    TRUTH Tuesday & Guest Robert Hodges California Congressional Candidate

    in Politics Conservative

    Every Tuesday we delve into topics labeled “conspiracy” by the mainstream,“conspiracies” are indeed truth and need to be discussed to prevent further tyranny and repeated bad history.


    Links to the articles can be found on our sites 


    http://www.thewakeupmissionshow.com


    https://www.facebook.com/thewakeupmissionradioshow 


    Robert Hodges is an American farmer,life-long resident of Denair, Stanislaus County,he attended Denair schools, graduated from Denair High School in 2005, and  earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, with Honors, from California Coast University. In addition to farming his own ranch, he owns a custom  farming business managing almond ranches in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties. 


    He currently serves as a Board Member of the Denair Unified School District, as well as having served two years as President of the Board from 2012-2014.  In addition, I am an active member of the Denair Lions Organization and for the last thirteen years a member of the Crossroads Church.


    His interests are focused on public school education and every aspect of California agriculture. He is a staunch supporter of Veterans’ rights and  believe more should be done to enhance the care of our veterans.He isvery concerned over the intrusiveness of government in our daily lives and livelihoods.


    He will work passionately to enhance local control of our water and water  systems; immediate action is necessary to invest in our water storage,water recharge and desalinization.he will work to defund Planned Parenthood, Obamacare, and the financial support of Syrian refugees.as well as work to defund the Department of  Education, returning funds and control to local districts.

  • 00:27

    Neil Haley Interviews Author and Coach, Lance Loya

    in Education

    Lance Loya has a passion for teaching people to be good teammates! He is the author of two books—the popular children’s book Be A Good Teammate and the newly released Building Good Teammates. Although Loya has spent most of his coaching career at the collegiate level, he has worked with players at nearly every level of basketball. His youth basketball camps are some of the nation’s largest and attended by several hundred players every summer, popular with aspiring players becasue of the emphasis on teamwork. Campers are reminded daily that good teammates care, good teammates share, and good teammates listen™.


    A former point guard at Garrett Community College and the University of South Carolina-Upstate, Loya garnered a reputation for being a “coach” on the court and true student of the game. As a player, he earned Academic All-American honors, and went on to earn a Masters degree in sports management. He is presently the all-time most winning basketball coach in Mount Aloysius College history. Though innovative in his coaching techniques, Loya's philosophies are still deeply grounded in a strict adherence to fundamentals, discipline, and good sportsmanship, which he instills in players. Loya is two-time recipient of the Schoenfeld Award for sportsmanship, character, and ethics, presented by the Collegiate Basketball Officials Association (CBOA). His players have also been recognized for espousing these same values, Loya was a radio morning show disc jockey. His public speaking skills have allowed him to become a sought-after speaker at schools, banquets, and various other corporate and civic functions.


    Please visit www.coachloya.com for more information

  • 02:11

    Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders face off in Indy Today for Primary voting

    in Elections

    Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders how are they different? It has been proven that Bernie Sanders plan would cost middle class America 22 Trillion in Debt. His plan would destroy America's GDP.


    Hillary Clintons Plan is shown to be the best plan for America that would increase wages,Help Teachers and Schools in Education, Build the economy in Indy and other states . This is where Ohio seen the same thing when they debated there. it was clear Hillary Clintons plan would save and create Jobs in Middle class America.


    The math does not add up for the Sanders Camp. The DNC said they will not hold a contested convention.

  • 00:32

    #CommunityView - VJ Smith; GMSNewsChannel - King Demetrius Pendleton

    in Current Events

    Business of Tues New & The Crew. Talk2Us. "CurrentNewsEvents". 9AM Commentator VJ Smith of MADDADS, 9:50AM guest Collin Robinson. 
    CommunityView - Susan Smith Rotary Club North Mpls, Angela Project Safety Net... Apostle talks w/ Nekima Levy-Pounds Pres of NAACPMpls; Organizer Collin Robinson of Southwest HS. He talks about upcoming rally to Mpls Public Schools Students Walkout to Restore the Vote. He has been selected as the 1st student to be apart of the Minneapolis Public Schools Search Commitee for New Superintendent. Remote from Sammy's Ave Eatery. 


    GMSbuzz & Guest
    *Wed., 4.27, 2PM Walkout to Restore the Vote, MLK Park, 4055 Nicollet Ave S, Mpls, MN.
    *Sat., 5.7 YiG Stars & Stop bullying Now Movement present RAW REAL REALITY in BLACK & WHITE LIVE Emergency Broadcast, Tune-In 646-595-3620 Talk2Us in North Mpls Outside.
    *Sat., 6.4 Stop The Violence, Cub Foods Lot, W. Broadway Ave N., Mpls.
    *Sat., 7.9 @ Hue-Man Ole 4th Ave South Day Parade and Festival.
    *Sign Petition Now Voice of Freedom Ntl & Intercontinental Movement - www.vfnim.org


    Apostle/Prophet SB Barber & The Crew Pastor Devin Miller, VJ Smith, Neva Walker, Prophet CAS Stalling take the gloves off and discuss current issues, headlines on local & global community fronts to give you a voice. We'll give you facts to discuss around the corporate water cooler, on the street corner & in your house.


    If you have a question or comment, press #1 to engage the Host. Follow http://tobtr.com/sbbarbermorningshow; Twitter@GMNetwork; Facebook@GMNLiveTv; Instagram@GMNLIVETV. Presented by GRACE Media Network -the Legacy

  • 00:30

    Parental Involvement Gone Awry

    in Family

    Researchers have evidence for the positive effects of parent involvement on children, families, and school when schools and parents continuously support and encourage the children's learning and development (Eccles & Harold, 1993; Illinois State Board of Education, 1993). According to Henderson and Berla (1994), "the most accurate predictor of a student's achievement in school is not income or social status but the extent to which that student's family is able to:



    Create a home environment that encourages learning

    Express high (but not unrealistic) expectations for their children's achievement and future careers

    Become involved in their children's education at school and in the community.


    So, what went wrong with our public schools? Join me on May 2, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m when we begin the 3-part series. The number to call 713-955-0734.   

  • 02:00

    In the BULLPEN with Dr. T

    in Youth

     


    From President Reagan's A Nation At Risk report to President Obama's Race To The Top, the American Public School system has undergone over 30 years of reform.  From the infusion of testing, vouchers to charter schools, the landscape of the public school system is changing.  Is it for the better?  Has it made a difference in student learning outcomes or for improving teaching conditions?  Where is the public school system heading?


    Dr. Walter C. Farrell enters the "BULLPEN" with Dr. T to discuss the scope of changes, their meaning, and policies as it relates to the current and future structure of the American education system.


    Dr. Walter C. Farrell, Jr., is professor of social work and a fellow in the Center for Urban and Regional Studies (CURS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research interests include the study of minority economic development issues, demographic change and inter-ethnic conflict in contemporary society, the privatization and “charterization” of public education, workforce diversity, and urban social policy. He has appeared on the Today Show with Matt Lauer and National Public Radio’s The Connection to discuss public school privatization, and he has lectured to parent, teacher, and union groups throughout the nation.  


    Click here to read Dr. Farrell's full report on the privatization of public schools.

  • 01:41

    Healing Through Creativity with Cheryl Green & Craig Sicilia

    in Art

    Healing Through Creativity 
    Hosted by Cheryl Green and Craig Sicilia
        
    Creativity and time can heal all things.  Even though it’s been almost 10 years, the first 3 or 4 being the darkest of all.  Creativity kept me alive, kept me from letting the darkness of loss because of my disability after sustaining a brain injury.  It gave me purpose, strength and carried me through many days and months and years.  



    There are many forms of creativity, and hope to have many share their arts, but some that I have worked with and all were an amazing benefit, but I had to explore many different types.  And some of them worked at different times in my journey to today.  Some of the ones I have used, have been, writing in the beginning I have written thousands of pages of material, and hope to come out with a book one day, I have 2 ready to go.  But the books will change my life and how people think of me.  Writing them not only helped me deal with the darkness I was going through but also the extreme darkness before my injury.   Then it was on to writing music, forming a band, and then performing.  And as suddenly as the music came several years later it left just as quickly.  Then banner design through graphics, writing lessons and developing curriculum for schools, support groups and many others.



    Other creative things like public service project, events like brain injury camp, hoopfest teams, gaming events all of which gave me purpose.  Other forms of creativity are painting, sewing, pottery, yoga, movie making, crafts like jewelry making, poems, needle work, building things, destroying things.  All help us deal with things and heal.  All give us purpose. 
    Love to hear what folks are doing out there, call in and share 424-243-9540