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Loving someone who struggles with sexual addiction is painful. How do you take care of yourself in the midst of this challenging situation? Darrell Brazell is a pastor and recovering sex addict. His youtube video called Apology to Women is an example of his poignant message. Darrell says, "Ladies, I am sorry that so many Christians and so many representing Jesus don't understand the pain infidelity, in all its forms, brings to God's children. It isn't your fault that he cheated, ever. Your mistakes never make his betrayal justifiable or even understandable. " Darrell’s words are sure to touch the deep places of your heart.
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Modern Combat Masters Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant and his Co-Host, Kancho Dan Vena are proud to present Soke Billy Davis Ju Jutsu, Dei Bi Su Ryu Ju Jutsu.
Soke Billy Davis was born June 1937. At the age of nine, he began his studies of the martial arts after being beat up. He vowed, “I'm gonna do something about it!” Thus, he began training in the Art of Judo under Sensei Joe Carpenter. Judo was the only martial art taught around that time. Judo was taught as a gentle method, a non aggressive art. Approximately four months later, he met a gentleman who his father brought home to visit from the Merchant Marines, Sensei Batensour. Sensei Batensour began teaching Soke Davis the art of Ju Jutsu. After three years of training, at the age of twelve, he was promoted to Brown Belt. In 1953, at the age of sixteen, he was promoted to Black Belt. He entered the US Air Force, and due to his knowledge in Judo and Ju Jutsu, was stationed in Tokyo, Japan as an instructor of hand to hand combat. It was during this time that Soke Davis learned the Art of Taiho Jutsu, a very devastating expression of Ju Jutsu from the Tokyo Military Police.In 1959, Soke began teaching his combination of Judo, Ju Jutsu, and Taiho Jutsu. His first student is today, a living legend, Hanshi Rico Guy. Over the next twelve or so years, Soke trained in a variety of locations with several leading teachers. During this time, Soke stayed independent mastering the information he learned previously.
"The Mad Scientist of Sports" Nick Ficorelli returns. However, this is not the average everyday sports show he is bringing back to the air waves. "The Mad Scientist" has created his own personal sports lab, and you, the audience, as well as many of his special guests, will be his test subjects. He will throw theories out, and you never know where they will be coming from. He will keep everyone guessing, and he will open his lab to any and all comers. Be prepared for "mad science" of sports at its best.
This week is a special epsiode of The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab, as at 10pm, he welcomes Kansas City Royals legend Willie Mays Aikens into the lab. Aikens was once one of the most feared hitters of the late 1970' and early 1980's with the Royals, helping lead Kansas City to the AL pennant in 1980. However, drugs overcame him, and he ended up in prison for almost 20 years. However, since his release in 2008, Aikens has has spoken at schools about his experiences and to the Royals’ young players, always hoping to return to baseball. In November 2008, apologized to Royals fans and the people of Kansas City in the Kansas City Star. In 2011, he returned to the Royals Family in the organization, and has since wrote a book about his rise, fall and rebirth "Safe At Home". As an extra added attraction, JP Muzio, former host of The Sports Ministry and Off The Wall, will be joining me on the interview.
Also appearing this week - 1030pm, Andrew Garda of NJ.com and Bleacher Report to talk some New Jersey college sports (Rutgers, Seton Hall and more); 11pm, Derek Helling of Outside Pitch MLB returns to preview the American League West; 1130pm, Matt Zemek of The Student Section to talk some NCAA Basketball and a Preview to March Madness.
The beacons are lit, the experiments are set, and "The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab" is open for study!!!
Welcome to Dead End Sports...the place where sports opinions collide!!! Dead End Sports is weekly sports show that can be heard every Tuesday night from 9pm-11pm EST. We are the best sports talk show on the internet! We rarely agree!
On this week's episode we'll talk about....the race for NBA MVP, LeBron James in the clutch, Marshawn Lynch speaks, Derrick Rose's injury and possible return, the Memphis Grizzlies...and much more!!!
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Hang out with your hosts Darrell Spence and Teirrany La'Shun Bledsoe every Monday night. We discuss real issues and how to apply the word to your life. We also feature gospel artists to share their music and their testimony. Logon to blogtalkradio.com/ niacomplatform or dial in to be a part of the live audience at 323 693 3830 and press 1. 8pmcst/9pmest.
It's March, so you know what that means... yep, the NFL Draft is less than 2 months away! OK, OK. There are a few things that happen before that. March Madness selection happens in 2 weeks and Spring Training is underway in Arizona and Florida. Join hosts Joe and Justin on Episode 166 as they celebrate 4 years of the program.
Join us as we talk Mays Girls HS basketball 'March To Macon'. Recap of big semi final win vs Gainesville. Boys and Girls High School Basketball State playoff updates. The Hawks have won 2 straight. Have they righted the ship? College basketball. SEC Spotlight. Sports headline stories from ESPN.com
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Also host Minister Jonathan Simmons now on AIB TV's SKYBOX, and 100 Yards of Football Sports radio show. SKYBOX airs multiple times weekly in Metro Atlanta on Comcast ch. 295, AT&T U-Verse ch.6 . Check here for days and times 100 Yards of Football is on WIGO 1570 Saturdays 10-11:30AM. You can hear online or mobile via the TuneIn radio app
Join me, Darrell Feagin, GoodGuides Program Director and your host, along with show co-hosts; Tamara Howard, GoodGuides Master Mentor and Elizabeth Rosado, GoodGuides Data Specialist, for today's episode of GoodGuides: A Week in Review.
In today's show, we recap the previous week of GoodGuides Activities and Events. We began our show with last Monday's launch of our GoodGuides Talk Radio Show episode titled "Getting to Know the GoodGuides Youth Mentoring Program."
We'll revisit Thursday's GoodGuides' Talk Radio Show where we invited two guest onto the show: Ms. Brenda and Ms. LaCrest, both Mentors in our GoodGuides Mentoring Program, referenced in the episode titled "A Mentor's Experience."
Also, on Thursday of this past week, GoodGuides staff completed its first round-up calls to the Parents/Guardians of Mentees in the GoodGuides Program to jumpstart start our Parent/Guardian Resource Support Group which is set to begin this week.
On Friday of this past week, the GoodGuides staff made a visit to one of our newest Community Partners and Youth referral sources: Nims Middle School, along with it's coordinating team members, Community In Schools, where we introduced more than 60 students to the GoodGuides Youth Mentoring Program.
Lastly for the week, GoodGuides Staff along with several Mentors, Mentees and Volunteers came out for our first "Service Saturday" Activity, a Car Wash at the Goodwill Store located on Pensacola Street, which we rescheduled due to rain.
Please, join us in this informative episode of the GoodGuides Talk Radio Show. Call in with questions and comments. And Always, Always Remember there is Goodwill within Each of Us.