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We are constantly bombarded with media information, thoughts of other people, and especially what we watch on TV and what people write in their facebook pages. Sometimes the choices we make are a result of other peoples thinking and not our own. This includes thougths from thr Satanic Realm. The violence and trouble we see in the world today are a result of people making destructive chioces based on what they let into their minds. The show today will give you tools to check your thinking so you won't participate in promoting violence and destruction.
#7 Dalton Oliver
Hometown: Central City, KY
High School: Muhlenberg County
Tuck away at Kentucky Wesleyan is a very bright and productive 2016 NFL Draft Prospect named Dalton Oliver. The quarterback played his final season, amassing 3,108 passing yards for 31 touchdowns and an average over 310 passing yards per game.
His previous season he set a school record with 3,510 his junior season and played in 11 games, compared to the 10 his senior season.
Go one-on-one with Dalton Oliver who discusses Kentucky Wesleyan football and his thoughts on a career playing professionally when his collegiate time ends.
Oliver will share his strengths and ability to our audience of listeners around the globe who crave the unique setting made available by College2Pro.com who strive to enhance the progress of any college athlete with hops of one day playing professional football.
College2Pro.com bringing the hardcore NFL enthusiasts the absolute most detailed interviewed and analysis of NFL Draft Prospects.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Dalton Oliver on the C2P podcast powered by football lovers everywhere.
Jeff Dalton is President of Broadsword, a different kind of performance innovation firm that helps engineering and software organizations get better at what they are already doing. He is a Certified Lead Appraiser, CMMI Instructor, ScrumMaster and author of “agileCMMI,” Broadsword’s leading methodology for incremental and iterative process improvement. Jeff has been the Keynote Speaker at numerous conferences including the 2015 PM Symposium Chicago, 2015 PM Symposium, central Indiana and he will chair the 2015 CMMI Global Congress this March. He holds degrees in Music and Computer Science and builds experimental airplanes in his spare time.
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What we blieve and what occupies our mind directs our lives. There's no getting around it. We can go to church for years and not believe what we hear. How can this be? It's much like sitting in a class and listening to the professor teach week after week, but not taking notes or really putting personal trust or value into what is being taught, so we just drift from class to class, not really learning or applying what is being taught. Jesus said it like this; "You Know A Tree By It's Fruit". If I say am a apple tree, but you only see oranges on my branches, then my statement about me being an apple tree has no real basis. It's a lie. We can be this way as Christians. We are defined by our fruit not our words. Sometimes we talk too much, rather than allowing our lives to speak for us. What people see is what we really believe.
Emerald Tablet Radio 9pm et. Tara and Holly talk about ways to overcome the fear of seeing spirits. Call in and share your stories.
Within the Chaos 10pm Et. Rodney Shortridge and Robyn Dalton Interview Authot Justin Trout
Justin C. Trout lives in Southwest Virginia, where he has obtained a master’s degree in education with a specialization in counseling from Lindsey Wilson. Aside from writing and counseling, Justin is an actor and has appeared in a number of independent and short films. He was also a director for his directorial debut indie film Fade Out. Justin lives in the mountains with his wife and children.
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Many of us have heard the phrase; "It's not what you say but who you are". Many people have come into our lives and said they would help us, or do something for us, and when it's time for that special help, we can't find them. I am sure I have let people down at some point in my own life. Maybe you too have been the person who said you would help a friend or someone, and for some reason you failed to come through. No matter the case, we have all been disappointed by someones words of promise. In the church culture how can we recognize who is really caring? We see so many expressions of Christianity in our culture it's hard to tell who is a real so called Christian. The church culture seems to be more self centered, and breakthrough, and feel good oriented, as opposed to self sacrificing and dependable. I want to talk about this on todays show.
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We all have been hurt. We all have been disappointed by someone or something. Heartbreaks go deep and our tears reflect our pain. But we have to remember what you and I say about God, when we go to church, or just think about who He is, we know help is on the way. Why? Because God is love. Love for me and you. He is in the midst of our pain. Yes, it's hard to believe because at times the pain of disappointment speaks louder than our faith. But that doesn't change who God is. God is Love. Love for you. And Love me. He is there. Get alone and pour out your heart to Him in prayer. Pray for Him to give you the strength just to hold on and not to become bitter. Then you will see Him act on your behalf.
I have seen Him do it for me time and time again. Am I perfect in my faith? No! But I am better. Maybe it's time for you to get better. Just give Him a chance to work it out.
Be Encouraged In The Name of Jesus.
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Most people don't believe in Heaven or Hell. It's too frightening to believe in hell. Besides they say why would a loving God put people in hell. The opposite could hold true as well, why would a loving God put evil people in Heaven? In fact, most people would say after this life there must be a heaven, because they had hell on earth. Well, there are people who fall into 3 categories concerning heaven. Some believe. Some don't. Some don't care. It's the same way with hell. But what is true? Heaven? Hell? or nothing? I choose to believe in Heaven. I believe it's as real as these words you are reading and the hands on your arms. Besides, I have nothing to lose by believing in heaven or hell. If I believe in heaven and it's not there, then what did I lose? Nothing. If I believe in hell and it's not there what will I lose? Nothing. But if hell are there I could lose my soul in eternal torment. If heaven is there I gain eternal bliss of love, peace, and happiness. But how do we get to heaven or hell, if in fact, they exist. Do you want to know? Then tune into Today's Word.
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