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    The Billy Moses Show

    in Entertainment

    Test Program -- Pilot.

  • 01:55

    Hypertension/ High Blood Pressure

    in Culture

    All you people that think that quitting Salt will keep you from getting high blood pressure need to listen to tonites show. You'relearn,Talk to you later

  • Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #25

    in Sports

    Well, here we go it's September now and about 30 games remaining in the MLB season, and I think Frat House Mike and “Frat Boys” Nick & Sean will be probably determine that it’s no longer necessary to talk about the Washington Nationals or Baltimore Orioles.

    But, they will be talking about the St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, and the NL Central. Is it the best division . . . EVER??? Yep, some are saying so and apparently there’s historical evidence to back it up.

    After a slow start, there have suddenly been six no-hitters this season, three in the month of August alone and one from a pitcher some thought might be better in the minor leagues.

    “Shoeless Joe” Jackson has been waiting nearly 100 years to get into the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum  . . . and, it appears that he’ll be waiting a lot longer as Commissioner Rob Manfred denied his reinstatement. What does this mean for Pete Rose’s chance? Joining us to discuss, will be Frat House Sports friend and Founder / Editor-in-Chief of Baseball Magazine baseballmagazine.net, Billy Brost.

    This year’s games have gotten shorter; perhaps Curt Schilling’s media career as well; the Kansas City Royals are dealing with a childhood disease; and a crazy Chicago White Sox fan desecrates Wrigley Field!

    There’s only a few weeks remaining, so you do not want to miss a single one of the last few Frat House Sports’ Clean-Up Hitters programs for this season . . . and, be sure to call-in to: 347 – 826 – 9964!

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    Evangelical Scandal, Bold Christians Standing for Truth & Planned Parenthood

    in Christianity

    Evangelical Scandal,  Bold Christians Standing for Truth & Planned Parenthood are our topics for this hour of Bible News Radio.

    Up first, TullianTchividjian, the grandson of Billy Graham, who recently committed adultery and then filed for divorce, has now been hired at Willow Creek Church as their Director of Ministry Development.

    Meanwhile, Josh Duggar has gone missing from his "treatment" and people are wondering what the deal is.  Amazing isn't it.

    Also, a Bible-believing Christian takes a stand and Liberty Counsel defends her.  Pray for Kim Davis. 

    Meanwhile, another video exposing the horrors of Planned Parenthood has been released.  We'll share the latest.

  • NFI Radio Gospel Network

    in Christianity

    Good Morning giving God the PRAISE it's WED September 2 2015 LIVE 8:00AM TIL 11:00AM from the STUDIO of the NFI Radio Gospel Network, Raleigh N.C. in HD2 sound. 7 days a week, setting in for the CC COUNTRY BOY it's TV and Radio Host The ANOINTED 1 let's have church, gospel music at it's best. on the number 1 QUARTET STATION in the WORLD. catch the WAVE at 8:00am til 11:00am this morning, and at 11:00am til 2:00pm today it's more gospel music and at 12:30pm it;'s the POWER of PRAYER join us call in for prayer LIVE 347 215-8049 and back to gospel music.

    Join the NFI Radio Gospel Network every day 7 days a week, from 8:00am til 5:00pm where QUARTET music is still alive and hot the old and the new gospel artist all around the world. The Mighty Clouds of Joy, Lee Williams and the Spirituals Q.C. Sam Cook, The Gospel Keynotes, Slim and the Supreme Angles, The Jackson Southernaires, The Sensational Nightgales, and more Ranch Allen, Paul Porter, The Mighty Golden Bells, The Williams Brothers, The Canton Spirituals, don't miss it every day at 8:00am til 5:00pm on the NFI Radio Gospel Network, join our web site nfiradio.com or catch the WAVE on our public figure facebook page wher over 99,000 viewers has access to listen LIVE every day or call 347 215-8049 catch the WAVE.



  • Remembering PAL

    in Culture

    , The Police Athletic League (PAL), when Iwas a young Man, was on a journey to inclusion. Some  of us wanted that to happen, but that was keeping your enemies to close. Check Tonites Askunclebilly for a conclusion

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    Turn Up Tuesday with Tick Tick Boom

    in Radio

    Once again, it's on and poppin!!!  Come turn up with ya boy, Tick Tick Boom, as we talk about real life issues and trip out while we are doing it!!!  As always, it's gonna be some funny shit, so make sure to tune in!!!  Show starts at 7p Pacific, 8p Mountain, 9p Central, and 10p Eastern!!!  Call (347)857-4391 & press (1) to be cued in!!!!

  • 00:38

    The God Who Became a Human Being

    in Christianity

    How could someone who is spirit, having lived for all eternity in the past, become human? Was Jesus a human being just like us? And when He was a human being, was He still God? Jesus was prophesied to be “God with us” (Matthew 1:23). Jesus was a human being and He was also God. There was never a time when He ceased to be who He always was. His identity did not change. When He was in the womb of Mary, He was God. When He was a baby boy lying in the manger, He was God. When He was a youngster growing up in Nazareth, He was God. And when He was dying, He was God. As a spirit being, prior to His human birth, He was infinite in knowledge, power and presence. As God He would know everything and have unlimited power to act on any object, anywhere. But if He was human, He could not do everything. He would be limited to the normal abilities any normal human being would have. He could not have been both infinite and finite simultaneously.

    A physical body with physical limitations When Jesus became flesh He was still God in terms of His identity, but He was nevertheless a human being in every sense of the word. Jesus had a physical body. His closest disciple attests that He was a physical person: “That which was from

  • 02:00

    Sports Week in Review - September 1, 2015

    in Sports

    In the first segment of tonight's show we'll have on Mr. Kip Keefer, publisher of kipkeefer.net, to discuss college football. We'll discuss Les Miles, Bret Bielema, and Jim Harbaugh. Is this the year that the Big 10 vs. SEC rivalry gets rekindled? We'll then have on the Buffalo Bad Boy, Pete Tasca, and Savage Burn Steve Butler to discuss RG3 and Brady vs. Goodell. We'll close with the Fantasy Matriculator, Nick Garcia, as he and Chip Lake discuss last night's CBS Sports Justice League Fantasy Football Draft. 

  • 01:25

    Grown Folks Talk With Shaun D. Upshaw

    in Culture

    There is a stigma associated with African American boys growing into African American men in today's society. Not only is this stigma preventing African American boys from reaching their full potential, but it also is preventing them from growing into African American men that positively contribute to society. On our September 1st episode of Grown Folks Talk, we bring to the roundtable special guest Dr. Eddie Connor to discuss the topic "How Do We Shun The Stigma Of The Black Boy Growing Into A Black Man?" 






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