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Ralph and Andrew recap the insane week for the Saint
This week on the Classroom Double K will be taking a look at the coaching changes in the Bay Area this off season. Starting with the departure of Jim Harbaugh to Michigan to the firing of Dennis Allen, He will also be looking at their replacements in former Jag’s HC and Hayward High Alum Jack Del Rio and rookie head coach Jim Tomsula. In the second half of the show Double K will be taking a look back at last weekend NFC and AFC Championship games and the heartbreaking results for Colts and Packers fans. So tune in on Sat afternoon at 3pm PST as Double K breaks it down for you on the 4 ACES Network at www.Blogtalkradio.com/fouracespresents ...
The back to basics theme for 2015 includes sharing the testimony of those who have found freedom in the Gospel. Singer, songwriter and worship leader Dennis Jerngan joins Richard Grund on The Porch to share his testimony of freedom by the power and love of the Lord. His journey from The Cross is a remarkable one. Faith in Yeshua/Jesus and the love of God made him whole and put a new song in his heart.
The Dennis Jernigan documentary Sing Over Me.
Getting back to basics by examining the Word of God and, especially, the Book of Acts Church, The Porch Online Bible Study is taking a deeper look into how the early church served the Lord.
Our desire is to find and restore the priesthood of the Believer and the world shaking influence the Early Church had. By delving deeper into scripture we will find the Church the Lord intended and not the one man created.
The Church Age is not over and therefore what took place in the Upper Room is as much for now as it was on the Day of Pentecost. If you know that there is more to your spiritual walk with Yeshua/Jesus and you want more then you are welcome to join us on this journey as we get back to basics!
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The School of the Prophets with Pastor Wendy Allen
Join host Nikki Williams for Radio PRS on Jan. 28 at 7:00 p.m. (Central Time). Our guest this week is the one of a kind Dennis "Doc" Cromwell. Doc has a great deal of experience as a healer, reader and even as a radio personality here in the KC area. He is both clairvoyant and clairaudient and uses his gifts to help others gain insight into their current life situations. PRS is looking forward to having him as guest presenter at the March 21 general meeting and we're extremely exited to have him with us on Radio PRS this week. You can talk live with Dennis and Nikki during the show by calling 646-668-8212
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Guests: Allen C. Buchanan joined Lee & Associates, Inc. - Orange in 1984 after five years in the consumer goods business with Procter and Gamble Distributing Company and the E and J Gallo Winery. Mr. Buchanan has spent his real estate career in the industrial arena in North Orange and West Riverside County. His specialties include user representation, owner representation and investment sales. Mr. Buchanan became a shareholder in Lee & Associates, Inc. - Orange in 1988. Since then, Mr. Buchanan has ranked within the top five producers of the Orange office for eight of the past nine years and was the Top Industrial Producer in 1991, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2004, 2010, and 2012.
We discuss the Industrial and Warehouse Commercial Real Estate Market and some Political & Economic conditions affecting the market.
For more information on Allen, go to: allencbuchanan.com
On todays broadcast of The Shakedown Show we will talk about the rumors of who will be the New York Giants next defensive coordinator and also the CFP Championship game that was played last night with Ohio State beating Oregon for the Championship. That and a whole lot more so stay tuned. To join in the conversation and voice your opinion please call (929) 477-2686 or #dashakedown on twitter.
Speical Guests with lots of talk about what impacts you and your family!
Dennis C Latham handles the phone lines while The Ordinary People Society - TOPS Radio Airs and Broadcasts - Ceo, Founder, and HOST Kenneth Glasgow.
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Spiritual and community support and activism for , encompassing , and , for the homeless, ex-offenders, ex-drug addicts, women in crisis, etc. under the leadership of Dr. Kenneth Glasgow
Atlanta - Actor Clay Chappell is no newcomer to the big screen. As a working actor, he has landed some prime bit parts in several major films. He played a councilman alongside Dennis Quaid in the remake of "Footloose" and did a scene with Robert Duvall in the Billy Bob Thorton directed "Jayne Mansfield's Car." But his brief appearance in the cinematic drama, "Selma," a historical period piece distributed by Paramount Pictures, has been heralded as the showstopper which may just define his career. In "Selma," Chappell plays a southern registrar opposite Oprah Winfrey as Annie Lee Cooper, a Black women seeking to vote in 1965 when racial discrimination made voting very difficult. The scene, only a minute in length, sets the tone for the entire film, and is Oprah's only speaking role in the movie.According to film critic, Derrick Bang ( the-march-resonates-anew ) "the scene with Oprah is a "landmark cinematic moment: a scene destined to be memorialized, and oft resurrected, for decades to come." Chappell's performance has been highlighted on talk shows across the country, including "Ellen," "The Tonight Starring Jimmy Fallon," "Barbara Walters," and "The Today Show." Not bad for an actor who has been working since 1996 to secure more than five lines in a film!Chappell originally auditioned for the role of one of the klansmen in the film, but was asked by casting director Cynthia Stillwell to come back and read for the role of the registrar for the film's director, Ava DuVernay. After doing so, Chappell was asked back but couldn't make the third audition and thought maybe he had lost further consideration. When his agent at J Pervis Talent called him a week later, requesting a table read, he remained hopeful. DuVernay offered him the part after the read,
Our guest Jon D’Amore was first published at 10 when a story he’d written about the Civil War was distributed throughout the county school system. During that time, he began studying the guitar. By his 20s, having honed his love and knowledge of music, Jon was traveling cross-country as a musician.
While touring, Jon was also a feature writer for New Jersey’s 3rd largest newspaper, The Passaic Herald News, allowing him to enjoy the best of his favorite worlds…playing music and writing. Eventually, he found a different side of life. He said, “Goodbye and it’s been a slice!” to the music business and entered the corporate world. By the millennium another
change had taken place. For more than two decades, Jon knew that within him there was the desire and ability to write, so he drove to Los Angeles and started as soon as he arrived.
As an insider with no mob ambitions, Jon had been a trusted ear and learned of the life and death manipulations that made friends and relatives from his world disappear. When the smoke cleared, Jon was one of the few left standing. The others were either dead or in prison. The Boss Always Sits In The Back isn’t “just another mob story.” It reveals the demise of the mobsters who ran northern New Jersey…as told by someone who was there.
He didn’t stop until the manuscript and screenplay for The Boss Always Sits In The Back were completed. Jon has written and co-written several screenplays and articles. He still resides in California where he continues to write…and listen to music and will share what it takes to write a compelling memoir and publicize it.
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