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This week on the abbreviated version of A Second Look at Sports, Dr. Dwight Allen sits down with Ken Boehm, who is the sports chaplain at Churchill Downs, site of the Kentucky Derby.
Ken tells us about his ministry, and how he has been able to touch people all over the world, bringing them to Christ, while enjoying one of the country's premiere sporting events, at the same time.
We talke a listen to A Second Look at Sports, right here on the King James Radio Network.
Thomas J. Churchill is a multi-award winning writer,producer,director, and radio host who founded Church Hill Productions. Born in Brooklyn, New York on his Mothers birthday, Churchill would test his skills once again with another version of The War Master. This time a bit bigger, a tighter script. This time he spent more money than he ever spent on the so-called neighborhood films. A System Devoured aka Devoured put Churchill through the test of being creative. Even though there was a budget, it was very, very low. Again a personal challenge to test his own skill at writing, producing, directing, acting and even editing...Churchill completed something he set out to do. A System Devoured was entered in the New York City Independent International Film Festival and won Best video in 1999.It's the film credits that he has building recently that he considers his beginnings...Films that include the 2 time Award winning Retro-Film Noir Zombie epic-Lazarus:Day of the Living Dead (Best Horror Film at The New York City International Film Festival), the 6-time award festival winning horror film The Emerging Past Director's Cut, produced and played The Sheriff in a small film called Mr. Hush.Thomas was seen by millions on the SyFy Network's "Monster Man" a reality show, which showcased an episode of the director. The episode was #2 titled- The Forbidden Werewolf. The Forbidden Werewolf focused on the behind the creature effects for the promo trailer for Churchill's werewolf project, "Hallow Pointe". The film is currently in the development stages. The Monster Man show is currently now running in some South America countries and throughout the world.Churchill would team up again with Roy Knyrim and his SOTA FX company to handle the effects for Lazarus: D Churchill and Roy Knyrim and SOTA FX will be teaming up yet again, with Marilyn: Zombie Hunter.
We all have ups and downs and how we respond helps us create the life we life. Join us today to talk about how to deal with lifes ups and downs and what you can do to ride the ups and smooth the downs. As always, we hope you can join us live at 11am eastern time, but if not, you can listen to the archive at your convenience.
On episode 1 we talk to Actor, Producer, Director & Writer at Marilyn: Zombie Hunter Thomas J. Churchill plus go over The Worst Video Game Characters ever.
"Stage Right" is the weekly show that asks the question, "Why are there almost no conservative voices in the theatre?" On this weeks' show we will continue to look at the responses to Caryl Churchill's anti-Semitic "Seven Jewish Children." Are these responses what we can call "conservative"? Do they contain actual conservative messages or are they so-labeled simply because they oppose Churchill's left-wing stance? Join us as we explore the possibilities for conservative thought on our stages. Conservaphobes beware!!
We've got the Conservaphobes on the run! Finally, a response to left-wing theatre in Israel Horvitz's "What Strong Fences Make." Join us as we examine the nature of Horovitz's objection to Caryl Churchill's "Seven Jewish Children" and if it has the makings of what we call conservative theatre. We'll also continue our look at Occupy Wall Street and the anti-semitic Marxists (are there any other kinds?) who support it.
Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE Sun. Jan 25, 2015 as we interview our Special Guest Dr. Derek King (Dr. M.L. King's nephew) to discuss civil & human rights. We will also discuss the great works of his uncle, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr as well as the contributions and life threatening sacrifices made by Derek Kings father, the Rev. A.D. King, the younger brother of Dr. Martin Luther King.
Also we'll discuss little known facts of the African American Muslims connection and role with the Civil Rights Movement. This is sure to be a mentally stimulating and spiritually reassuring interview with Dr. Derek Barber King.
Dr. Derek King is a professor at Martin University in Indianapolis, IN. he is the Director of Community Services and teaches Religious Studies.
Join us on Jan 25th for by calling (714) 816-4673 --then press 1 to talk to host.
Certified Integrated Transformational Life Coaches Vicy Wilkinson and Ingrid Sthare talk with listeners about Holiday Ups and Downs in this 6-episode series. Tonight, we talk about Thanksgiving and Ingrid shares why Thanksgiving has become her favorite holiday, even though it is terribly bittersweet. One of the “ups” of Thanksgiving is it’s a day of family (by birth and/or choice) with no gifts; one of the “downs” is that it can be tough to get through after the death of someone in that special group of family.
You can find more about Ingrid and Vicy, and Complete Life Coaching's programs and services, including a group course for thriving after losing a loved one or going through a divorce. Empowered Recovery: Losing Someone Else and Finding YourSELF is our signature course. Learn more at our website: www.CompleteLifeCoaching.com.
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EJ Clark closes out the Churchill Downs Meet with a special
On-track report to recap the Clark Handicap and Fall City
Stakes plus preview the Ky Jockey Club and Golden Rod Stakes for Two year olds.Churchill Down's
Senior Director forCommunications and Media, Darren Rodgers is our specail guest this week.
On this episode, we are going to have Producer/Writer/Director Thomas J. Churchill on to talk about how he became involved in the industry, in particular his work in the horror genre. His films include A System Devoured, Emerging Past, Lazarus: Day of the Living Dead, Mr. Hush and the upcoming films Lazarus: Day of the Living Dead 2, Lazarus: Cruise of the Living Dead and the highly anticipated Marilyn: Zombie Hunter!
We will be reviewing Scream Factory's Blu-Ray Release of Nightbreed: The Director's Cut as well as Cult Epic's Release of Nekromantik!
We will also be featuring several bands in our Metal Blade Spotlight!