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Call and listen every Tuesday at 8pm CST on THE SCOOP. This week Winfred, Shaquilla, Rashaad and Takisha talk about the Independent Woman. Is she misunderstood and if she is why? Tell us your thoughts by calling (929) 477-2304. Plus we will have new music by our New Artist Feature. And as always we talk about the latest in sports, news, politics and religion on THE SCOOP. Click the link to listen online.
Join our special guests, Chanel and Jeffrey Nash, authors of Misunderstood Silence. They are speakers and coaches who educate, motivate, and inspire the masses. After completely restoring their marriage they set out on a journey to help others restore their lives and relationships. They are the CEO and Founders of The Nash Restoration Project. They teach others how to admit their problems, confront their issues, and restore their lives by allowing God to be in control of the situation and guide their footsteps.
You can purchase their book through www.thenashrestorationproject.com.
Jesus performed miracles and signs. He healed the sick, raised the
dead, quelled storms of nature, fed the multitudes and exercised
absolute authority over the spirit world—yet He wasn’t accepted as Israel’s Messiah. One might think that with those credentials, He would be automatically proclaimed Messiah. We are told, however, that “He came to His own [people], and His own did not receive Him” (John 1:11). After a 3 1⁄2-year ministry, only 120 followers were there for the miraculous beginning of His Church (Acts 1:15).
One of the prophecies about the Messiah foretold that He would be “despised and rejected by men” (Isaiah 53:3). The great works Jesus did that brought about His popularity in the country were not enough to overcome the disfavor He incurred from the religious authorities—or enough to secure loyalty from the fickle hearts of the common man. His mission and His teachings were at cross purposes to those who held high positions in the nation, and His purpose was also misunderstood by most of those who saw and heard Him. What were the Jews looking for? The Jews were acquainted with many of the prophecies about the Messiah, the chosen or “anointed one”
Confirmation is arguably the most misunderstood of the Sacraments. While most people know that it involves the Holy Spirit, they aren't sure of too much else. Join Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak as he discusses the Sacrament of Confirmation using simple words and ideas. Also, we'll look at today's daily Mass readings which features an unintentionally funny (more accuratately, pathetic) episode in the life of Moses and the Israelites.
Life Love Wellness -
This week’s show, Women – Strong, Angry or Misunderstood? What say you?
Our special guest is Change Agent, Wellness Coach and #1 Best-selling Author Crystal Talley sharing her personal life journey of weight loss of over 100 pounds. Learn what prompted her to begin on this triumphant path and how she stayed on track.
We have viewpoints from men and women. Why are women feared? Why do women believe the hype of being unworthy or weak? Are women truly weak? And if so, what constitutes that weakness? Who is providing the definition of the female/woman?
Does not living one’s authenticity create dis-ease in the body/soul, such as depression? Why do women not realize their full potential? So many questions, so many voices. Join in the conversation. Tell us your thoughts on this subject….
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September 7th, 2015:
A New Way Of Being hosted by Avatar Galextra.
TOPIC: Injustices to Africans, misunderstood by some Africans
A New Way Of Being hosted by Avatar Galextra.
An Avatar's fight to stop injustices to herself and her family who have been abused and attacked by the powers that be in canada, even going as far as harassing and gangstalking her and her small family in her own home.
The African People are also being Targeted and abused by the powers that be , going as far as using them against each other, as well as using them against the avatar as a tool to persecute her and her family
Blessed But Misunderstood with your Host LaLa its about Trust!
Halloween season is the perfect time to bring up the topic of animals who are often misunderstood and mistakenly associated with the supernatural (such as bats, rats, cats and snakes). Why do these animals have spooky reputations? How did their associate with the supernatural originate? October is also a time when it's common to see television shows focusing on the topic of cryptid creatures. These are animal-like creatures that have yet, to be proven to exist, but have been reportedly seen by many. Is there a Bigfoot? What about El Chupacabra or The Jersey Devil? Whether you believe in such things or not, you do have to admit they make for a fun Halloween discussion. So make sure you're not home alone as you tune in to this episode of The Missy Show. It's sure to be frightfully fun! Join hosts J and D, Saturday, October 18th at 5pm Central.
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JOIN US EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT AS GENERAL MAHAYAMAN OF THE ISUPK BREAKS DOWN THE BIBLE VERSES THAT ARE LARGELY MISUNDERSTOOD, OR HAVE BEEN PURPOSELY MISTAUGHT BY THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. THERE ARE NO CONTRADICTIONS IN THE BIBLE, MOST OF US JUST HAVEN'T BEEN TAUGHT CORRECTLY, THIS IS THE CLASS YOU NEED TO IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND THE TRUTH OF THE BIBLE!
Spirituality is something that’s often debated and commonly misunderstood. Many people confuse spirituality with religion and so bring pre-existing beliefs about the impact of religion to discussions about spirituality. Though all religions emphasise spirituality as being an important part of faith, it's possible to be ‘spiritual’ without necessarily being a part of an organized religious community.
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Kenjji grew up in Detroit’s Rosedale Park neighborhood, went to Catholic school for eight years, and later attended University of Detroit Mercy and Western Michigan University, where he studied art.
Kenjji dropped his surname because of its connection to slavery and its consequent “unpretty history.”
He was first inspired to create comics after reading Brotherman, one of the first independent comic books featuring a Black superhero, which was published in the late ’80s and early ’90s.
“I decided it was time to reinstate books like Brotherman, which I found so influential and appealing, and the first thing I had to do was create a character that was just as cool as Brotherman,” he explains.
“I wanted to do a character with cornrows — that was the look. Around the time I was working this out, D’Angelo [noted for his cornrows] came out with his album Voodoo, which gave me the inspiration to start researching Voodoo as a background for this character.”
Hence the birth of his protagonist, who was named after a “super-suave friend” by the name of Jovan who lived on Carrington Street.
Kenjji is a strickler for detail, and wanted his book to paint an authentic picture of Voodoo. He extensively researched the history of the misunderstood practice, devouring books and studying under a Voodoo priestess who runs an informational Web site about the practice and history of Voodoo.
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