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It comes as no surprise that there is a significant disconnect between the status of the sexes. Look no further than the workplace where we see women doing the work of men, yet few rise to the salary or stature of men. Why does this continue after all the progress we have made? Aren't women just as capable as men? Are men too ego-driven to allow a fair chance? How do we correct this imbalance? Listen as Debra and I pass this subject around.
Uziah "Sticky" Thompson (1 August 1936 – 25 August 2014) was a Jamaican percussionist, vocalist and deejay active from the late 1950s. He worked with some of the best known performers of Jamaican music and played on hundreds of albums.
Thompson found employment with Clement "Coxsone" Dodd, assisting him with running his sound system, in time becoming a deejay with the system under the name "Cool Sticky". He became one of the earliest men to record in the new deejay style, using his mouth to make clicks and other percussive sounds. As a deejay he recorded with The Skatalites and can be heard on the tracks "Ball Of Fire", "El Cat Ska", "Guns of Navarone", as well as others. While working for Dodd he became friends with Lee "Scratch" Perry, and Thompson recorded as a deejay for Perry, and for Joe Gibbs in the late 1960s, on tracks such as "Train to Soulsville.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Lewis sang in church from an early age . forming a singing group called The Regals. By the mid-1960s, he began recording and had one of the earliest rocksteady hits with "Take It Easy" in late 1966.The track was recorded with Lynn Taitt and the Jets and is regarded as one of the first rocksteady singles.the first 'herb' song ever recorded in Jamaica, "Cool Collie". He worked for Duke Reid as an arranger and backing vocalist, and won the Festival Song Contest in 1970 with "Boom Shaka Lacka". He began working as a singer with Byron Lee & the Dragonaires, and in 1971 had a hit with "Grooving Out On Life".
Lewis continued to release records, but his success after the early 1970s was limited. Lewis released This Is Gospel in 1996 on his own label, Bay City Music, founded in the 1980s.
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Mz. Koko will be speaking with CEO Gary Clement about the importance of making network connections and more at the 2014 God's Women in music,ministry, business, and entertainment hosted by Apostle Veryl Howard. You don't want to miss these nuggets that he is about to share with " Whoose Who". Gary Clement says" As owner and operator of G-Tube Network Media, i am responsible for the day to day operations, not excluding conducting interviews, writing reviews, developing new story(s) and ideas, etc".Guest call in # (657) 383-1489
So what happened after the Wisconsin Badgers went up 24-7 against the LSU Tigers? Where was Melvin Gordon in the second half? Why didn't head coach Gary Andersen know? What does this mean for Tanner McEvoy, the defensive line minus Warren Herring and Konrad Zagzebski possibly for a long time, and the 2014 season? We'll break it alllllll down tonight, and will read your thoughts TONIGHT ON AIR. Use #B5QLSU and we'll read some tonight!
Also, we'll replay Andersen's post-game press conference and McEvoy's talk with reporters afterwards as well.
As we enter into a time of expansion and abundance in many areas of our lives we may find that we are held back, just when we feel ready to launch. This theme may feel pervasive across the planet as progress is made, but just not to the extent we envisioned. The applying pressure of Jupiter (expansion) to Saturn (restraint) may be widely felt and yet how do we cope? One step forward? One step back? Listen as Debra and I toss this topic around and see what trasnpires. Call for free readings.
Join our host Keith Giles as he interviews Christian Historian Al Baker.
Keith and Al will take different sides in the discussion about Constantine's influence on the Christian faith, as well as the legitmacy of his conversion experience and his understanding of what it meant to be a "Christian".
ABOUT AL BAKER:
After serving as a university pastor for 14 years, Al Baker moved his family to Scotland where he did his Ph.D. work. Al holds a Ph.D. from the University of St Andrews in Scotland. His doctoral focus was on early church history in general, the spirituality of Clement of Alexandria in particular.
Dr. Baker was on the faculty of Saint Augustine's University in Raleigh NC for 6 years, serving as the interim Chair of the Philosophy and Religion department in his final year. He taught Church History and Intro to Philosophy along with a few other Religious Studies classes.
In 2005 he started writing and publishing the web site Church History 101. The site has had over 350,000 unique visitors. He has written several papers that are used in church history classes around the USA:
"Introduction to Gnostic Texts"
"How the New Testament Canon was Formed"
"Wine in the Ancient World"
to name the three most prominent.
In 2012 he turned his attention to Emperor Constantine and has dedicated 2014 and 2015 to the study of this important early church figure...and this, of course, is what led to Keith and Al meeting over the internet, exchanging numerous e-mails in discussion and fairly polite debate, and finally to this blog interview.
Al is the author of the book, "A Concise History of the Christian Church" which is available here:
A LOT to get to this week!
We'll recap the Wisconsin Badgers' first scrimmage that happened Sunday morning. Who looked more impressive at quarterback: Joel Stave or Tanner McEvoy? Did the young wide receivers impress? Who stood out on the young defense?
We'll talk with BadgerBlitz' John Veldhuis about his impressions from the first camp as well.
B5Q editor Mike Fiammetta talked with Big Ten Network's Dave Revsine last week about his new book, "The Opening Kickoff." Which former Wisconsin legend did Revsine initially want to write the book about? He'll tell you!
Of course, Scotty and I will discuss the Milwaukee Brewers' homestand against the NL West leading teams, the Green Bay Packers first preseason game (did Scott Tolzien look good?), and the unfortunate accident involving Tony Stewart.
Today we continue our bible study in the book of Philippians chapter 4 and we'll also share a few news stories.
Therefore, my brethren dearly beloved and longed for, my joy and crown, so stand fast in the Lord, my dearly beloved.
2I beseech Euodias, and beseech Syntyche, that they be of the same mind in the Lord. 3And I intreat thee also, true yokefellow, help those women which laboured with me in the gospel, with Clement also, andwith other my fellowlabourers, whose names are in the book of life.
4Rejoice in the Lord alway: and again I say, Rejoice. Visit http://www.biblenewsradio.com for all show notes.
After a long an grueling winter and spring, we are coming to a period where things may appear just a touch easier. Jupiter has entered Leo where it will rmain for the next year, so fire signs and air signs should benefit from this planet of optimism and abundance. With Mars also out of its own shadow we can feel a sense of momentum building and things begin to fall into place. Join Debra Clement and myself as we discuss what this could mean to each and every one of us...call 1-714-364-4353 for readings.
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