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LCA Authentics goes LIVE with our own BlogTalkRadio station! Join us today as we discuss the upcoming 2nd half of The Walking Dead - Season 5, and the state of the current autograph market. To celebrate our launch on BlogTalkRadio, we will be giving away a FREE authentic, handsigned 8"x10" photo of Norman Reedus from the Walking Dead. Simply call-in during the live show with a question and you will be automatically entered into the drawing! The winner will be drawn during our weekly episode on Sunday February 1, 2015 @ 6pm ET (4pm MST).
Robin Milling chats with Norman Reedus at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival, starring in Meskada. Reedus talks about his role, gives a shout-out to his Boondock Saints fans, and reveals his upcoming gig in the new Hawaii Five-O television series.
First Year On Earth - Indie/Roots band from Austin, Tx....S/T EP ft. the singles "Georgia" & "Best Is Yet To Come" out now...Currently on their summer tour & playing Norman,Oklahoma tonight...Check out their music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/fyoemusic
Sleep On It - Indie/Alternative band from Chicago,Ill. New Ep "Safe Again" out now...Just chosen today as the featured band on the Ernie Ball Battle Of The Bands for the Vans Warped Tour(warpedtour.battleofthebands.com)..Currently on tour w/ Real Talk..Check out their music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/sleeponitband
Rivers Monroe - Pop/Rock band from Philadelphia,Pa...New album "Smart Girls" out July 1st...Playing Vans Warped Tour July 4th-21st...Check out their music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/RiversMonroe
Light The Fire - Post Hardcore/Metalcore/Southern band from Dallas,Tx...New record "Lost At Sea" available now...Played the Dallas date of the Vans Warped Tour...Check out their music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/lightthefiremusic
Listen to this special editiion of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program brings you our regular PANW reports with dispatches on events in South Africa in the aftermath of the release of the Farlam Commission Report on the Marikana Massacre; the ongoing response to the attacks on a tourist resort in Tunisia; fuel shortages in Egypt; and the increasing hostility towards the International Criminal Court (ICC) throughout Africa and the world due to the persecution of the Sudan government. The second hour features an interview with Toronto Bluesologist Norman Otis Richmond on the history and contemporary significance of Black Music Month. In the final hour we conclude our Black Music Month commemoration with two radio dramatizations from the CBS Radio Workshop of 1948 highlighting the contributions of Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington.
St. John La Lande was only 18 years old when he joined French Jesuit missionary, Father Isaac Jogues to go to the land of the Mohawks. As a young boy, St. John had been captivated by the heroine stories told of Father Jogues.
Father Jogues shared his tales and experiences of being a missionary among the Mohawks, bringing Christ and the gospel message to the people of the New World.
St. John’s enthusiasm to do God’s work was recognized by all who knew him, he spoke of the exploits of the missionaries who gave their lives as martyrs in Indian Territory and longed to go there.
Father Jogues originally arrived in North America for the first time in 1636 where he landed off the shore of Quebec. Father Jogues told his companion, Rene Goupil, “A century ago a Norman sea captain gave this place its name. He was on a ship here in the harbor, just as we are—only his ship was carrying the first white men to come up the Saint Lawrence River. When he saw the cliff there, the captain of that little ship was amazed. He cried out in his rough farmer’s French, ‘Que bec’ meaning ‘what a rock”.
The dangers among the Mohawks were well known. The Indians there were animist in their religious practice. They were polytheistic believing in many gods. Much of their rituals and ceremonies were superstitious.
On this weeks show, the guys will be talking about picking the right curriculum for your ministry, a recap of the mission trip that Matt was on last week with his church, they'll take your calls pluys much, much more #kidmin talk.
Gillian Laub is a photographer/artist/filmmaker of the critically acclaimed HBO documentary, “Southern Rites”. Gillian Laub first visited Mt. Vernon, Georgia, in 2002 to photograph the community’s segregated homecoming celebrations. Seven years later, after multiple visits to the area, the New York Times Magazine ran a photo essay, “A Prom Divided,” that documented Georgia’s Montgomery County High School’s racially segregated prom. Not surprisingly, the series generated national outrage that lead to the integration of the proms.
As the film unraveled, there became more to the intended story of this small town in Georgia…
A 22 year old black man, Justin Patterson, was shot and killed by Norman Neesmith, a white man who was living nearby in Toombs County.
With continued tensions of racial divide, this tragedy changed the course of Gillian’s documentary.
On this episode, we’re going to sit down with Gillian Laub to discuss her amazing film, “Southern Rites” and what she sees as a future for this country when it comes to the Racial Divides that affect us nationwide, and not just in the south.
Join us on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at 8:00pm PST/10:00pm CST/11:00pm EST.
We invite you to listen by phone and comment by calling (646)200-3148. Or listen online and join the chatroom conversation here on Blog Talk Radio, or from the Hot Topics Talk Radio website at www.hottopicstalkradio.com/hottopicstalkradio.
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An intense feeling of deep affection and personal attachment for another person...that's Love. An even greater love is the Love of Christ. HIS love is a gentle continuous flowing river of compassion, deep affection and concern, and it is because of His Love and attachment to us that we can love one another. Robert E. Person's desire is to share this message with an all new musical installment focused on the divine love of God.
Multi-award winning inspirational jazz vocalist Robert E. Person has released his fourth indie album LOVE DIVINE. This magnificently orchestrated and divinely written project includes a special remake of the hit "I Really Love You", written by one of Gospel music's favorite songwriters Dr. Norman Hutchins. "I Really Love You" is Robert's second and current radio single that is climbing up the Gospel radio charts.
Listen to "I Really Love You"
Robert engaged several outstanding songwriters for LOVE DIVINE. Rising Nashville songwriter Glyne Griffith and producer/musician Melvin "Maestro" Lightford contributed the worship ballad "Just Because" in which Robert eloquently provided his signature soothing vocal sound. The first radio single from LOVE DIVINE, “Testify”, was written by Ayesha Daniels and arranged by Robert and extraordinary Jazz pianist and producer Allyn Johnson.
Rick opens the program commenting on the lunacy of American leaders plotting war with Russia and China. Market cycles expert Peter Eliades shares with Rick his analysis that we are in the final days of a market top, and may enter a historic market low starting this fall that could last for 10 to 15 years. Later in the program, Christian apologist Dr. Norman Geisler answers a variety of spiritual questions on numerous topics.
Tuesday June 23, 2015
Peter Eliades | Stock Market Cycles
Dr. Norman Geisler | Official Website
Anyone who has achieved anything great, anyone who has CHANGED THE WORLD has at some point made a choice to learn from failure and move forward. If you look at the most inspirational innovators, athletes, celebrities, geniuses, and icons throughout history, they all shared the belief that the failure was merely a stepping stone to the success they seriously sought.
Failure is feedback. It points out what is not working so you can go on to discover what will work. "Turn that lemon into lemonade and enjoy the journey," says Coach Joyce Barrie.
On June 15, we talked about very famous successful people who failed at first. This list included Oprah, Michael Jordan, Norman Vincent Peale, Abraham Lincoln, Beethoven, Thomas Edison. Walt Disney, Winston Churchill, Steven Spielberg, Albert Einstein and others. http://tobtr.com/s/7698719
Today, we will include many other very famous failures who did not give up until they failed their way to great success. We will include such extraordinary notables as J. K. Rowling, Stephen King, Fred Astaire, Socrates, Sidney Portier, Lucille Ball, Elvis and the Beatles.
Be sure to listen to both shows on Famous Failures to be inspired and motivated to keep on going, no matter what!
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