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On January 22 of this year, Bob Estep was pulled over in a routine traffic stop in Christian County. That's about as far as we go with any consistency between what police say happened and what Estep says happened. New releases from the police department of Sparta this week widen the chasm even more between the reports of how the incident really went down. We'll continue our coverage tonight.
Somehow the Springfield newspaper managed to squeeze the Estep story in amongst the pages crowded with stories of how the "haters" want to encourage discrimination, who the "good Christians" and "bad Christians" are, and their hollow cries to expand the inequalities extended to special classes of people. We'll discuss the upcoming Springfield vote to recall the expansion of special privelege to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people.
Join us live at 7PM Missouri Time. Call and participate at 347-677-1835.
Join Lisa Iversen and Life Coach Ade for ENCORE PRESENTATION "Ancestral Blueprints: Ferguson, Missouri, Viollence and Soul Humanity" In the wake of the events occurring in Ferguson, Missouri and the shooting of Michael Brown, are there ties from our American past that link us to the current unrest? How might racism and violence be expressing historic injustice still plaguing the soul of America today? We can't heal what we are not willing to acknowledge and feel.
Join Lisa Iversen and Life Coach Ade to explore this conversation as they reveal invisible truths and offer healing through a sacred conversation.
Call in 347 426 3346 or via SKYPE
Learn how the unacknowledged truths in your Ancestral Blueprints may still be influencing your life today. Open your heart and mind to how the family soul's universal laws of love around belonging, balance, and justice connect all of us to one another.
With Life Coach Ade www.LifeConversationsMedia.com and Lisa Iversen, psychotherapist, Systemic Family Constellations Facilitator, and author of Ancestral Blueprints: Revealing Invisible Truths in America's Soul. www.LisaIversen.com
PodVader and the SuperFans talk about the NFL's plans to head back to L.A. Jarrod Murphy - Rams, Monty Ressler - Raiders and Ken Priest - Chargers hash that out and why the offseason all of a sudden got really quiet.
Stan Kroenke seems to have the strongest plan, the owners seem to be backing Dean Spanos the most and would the NFL actually give the Davis family the keys to the shiny new toy in the 2nd largest television market?
Plus, what if Philip Rivers is available for a trade? What would they be willing to take Tom Brady in exchange for a few draft choices?
The SuperFans take a look at their teams' offseasons and what positions they hope are addressed most in the upcoming Draft.
Rules changes and punishments for cheating in here too.
We want to hear from you and we still need a Cardinals SuperFan - firstname.lastname@example.org
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After taking damn near a year off, we're coming back to have us a little fun.
We'll go over A semester and a half of AEMT class--to include my clinicals so far.
We'll thumb through JEMS and EMSWorld and find some good articles
We'll have your calls
We'll also make sure Dee is up to give her a ration of hell.
Trusting God will lead you to true success and a healthy lifestyle. When we experience hardships in life, sometimes we wonder, "why did this happen?" and "whose fault is it?". Sadly, a lot of people blame God for their hardships and forget that the enemy has come to steal, kill, and destroy. It is time for us, as children of God to blame the accuser and stand up for Jesus. Follow God and learn how to enjoy your life in spite of tough situations.
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When YOU PRAY the WORD things happen.....
Jacob wrestled, not so much with a promise, as with the Promiser. We must take hold of the Promiser, lest the promise prove nugatory. Prayer may well be defined as that force which vitalizes and energizes the Word of God, by taking hold of God, Himself. By taking hold of the Promiser, prayer reissues, and makes personal the promise. "There is none that stirreth up himself to take hold of Me," is God's sad lament. "Let him take hold of My strength, that he may make peace with Me," is God's recipe for prayer.
Epaphras prayed that the Colossians might stand "perfect and complete in all the will of God." This is proof positive that, not only may we know the will of God, but that we may know all the will of God. And not only may we know all the will of God, but we may do all the will of God. We may, moreover, do all the will of God, not occasionally, or by a mere impulse, but with a settled habit of conduct. Still further, it shows us that we may not only do the will of God externally, but from the heart, doing it cheerfully, without reluctance, or secret disinclination, or any drawing or holding back from the intimate presence of the Lord. (E.M.Bounds
Isaiah 41:31 but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.
Matthew 26:41 Keep watch with prayer, so that you may not be put to the test: the spirit truly is ready, but the flesh is feeble.
Age of 21 born in the City of Memphis TN, Frayser area by way of Atlanta GA.. Young Memph has been influenced by artist such as Yo Gotti, Mr Bigs, The Isley Brothers, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Biggie & Tupac. Yet to date his greatest influence remains to be his sisters that taught him how to drop bars. Young Memph moved to Atlanta at the age of 12 and started recording at 13.
Memph states “he knew his music was good but not good enough” and started to make music all could enjoy, by not overpowering his musical creations with profanity . Not to say he has gone soft or lost his edge, his craft proves he can go bar for bar with the best of them with so much personality and distinctive swagger in his flow one can’t help but listen close for his next punch line or how Memph will deliver his next verse, while proudly holding his head high when his mother listens to his musical
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Born April 8th, 1983 in Hayti, Missouri, Khatib had the normal, small town country living. Making due with what he had made him appreciate things at a young age. "I didn't have the best or much but whatever it was meant the world to me," recalls the lyrically gifted emcee. Growing up in the shadow of his older brother, Khatib participated in sports. Even though he was fairly talented in them, he felt athletics wasn't his calling. "That was my older brother's thing, my mom had me doing it because he did it" says Khatib. Dealing with feeling neglected from riffs between his parents, a young Khatib turned to music as an escape. The poetic satire of the artists only intrigued the young lad. It wasn't until the infamous butt whooping Khatib received for saying Snoop Doggy Dogg's "Doggystyle" album cover was going to be him, that he knew what his career path would be.
GITR is proud to bring you an exclusive interview with the one, the only Rockstar Spud! Join us we talk about his origins in wrestling, his journey to TNA, the evolution of his character, where his ideas and influences come from, what he hopes to achieve, which of his fellow wrestlers he "hates", an in depth look at his recent headlines grabbing "Hair vs. Hair" grudge match with EC3, and pretty much everything up to and including his mother's vagina, as the star himself put it. Our program is a longtime fan of Rockstar Spud, and it was our supreme pleasure to sit down with the man and pick his brain. This is an episode you DO NOT want to miss! The interview will be pre-recorded so we will not be able to take live calls, but we will have a live session afterwards where we will go over the most recent episode of Impact as well. Join us!
Few people can accurately say they’ve changed the course of music; count T-Pain among that short list. His bright, polished arrangements have become the in-demand sound across genres, and his scene-stealing vocal performances are among the most coveted in music. Since bursting on the scene in 2005, T-Pain has been awarded a Grammy, produced and written a plethora of chart-topping and platinum-selling singles, garnered "Songwriter of the Year" and "Producer of the Year" honors at the BMI Urban Awards and earned a BET Award. So it should come as little surprise that the musical maestro’s tremendous, self-produced third album, THR33 RINGZ, stands as a sonic odyssey brimming with innovation.
Indeed, T-Pain can speak from that perspective because he knows what it is like to struggle. His Tallahassee, Florida hometown was lacking music industry opportunities and connections, so the man born Faheem Najm chose the T-Pain moniker to signify his plight. He taught himself how to make music, write songs and record music.
T-Pain’s use of the vocoder made his music stand out, and his prolific, high-quality output turned him into one of music’s most oft-imitated and in-demand producers, singers and collaborators. His first two albums, 2006’s Rappa Ternt Sanga and 2007’s Epiphany, have been certified gold, thanks to hit singles such as “I’m N Luv (Wit A Stripper)” and “Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin’).” He has also collaborated with Kanye West (Good Life), Chris Brown (“Kiss Kiss”) Flo Rida (Low) Plies (Shawty) and Bow Wow (“Outta My System”) for platinum singles.
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