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We are at the opening week of the fall sports season, and we take a look at North Brunswick Raiders football in their opening contest against the Old Bridge Knights at the new Steve Libro Field.
We also stop in to the volleyball court, and check in on the Lady Raiders, trying to follow up their first ever winning season last year with a potential run towards a conference title in 2014. We take you back to our postgame interview with junior middle blocker Epiphani Woodard.
Game #2 of the Greater Middlesex Conference Baseball Tournament Semifinals will feature the #6 South Plainfield Tigers against the #2 Old Bridge Knights, in a clash of two teams who mounted big comebacks in the GMC Tournament quarterfinals to get here.
South Plainfield overcame a 7-2 deficit to defeat the South Brunswick Vikings, while Old Bridge overcame two different holes of 5-0 and 9-4 against the Edison Eagles.
We are live from Old Bridge, New Jersey for the play-by-play, starting with first pitch.
This game will decide who meets the winner of St. Joe's vs. Spotswood earlier today. Check it out on the King James Radio Network.
JOIN US AS WE TALK ALL THINGS WRESTLING WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST DXDONMEGA FROM THE CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED PODCAST WRESTLING SHOW FUTURE ENDEAVORS WE WILL ALSO BE GOING OVER WWE NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS AS THIS IS OUR 100TH EPISODE!!!!! WE WILL BE GIVING OUR PRE-VIEW OF WWE'S PPV EVENT NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS
Every Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:00 pm EST. the Access to Arising Artists Show Radio Host Tracey Chantel & Co-Host Trish features independent recording artists from around the world. The show playlist includes R&B, Pop, Hip Hop, Jazz, Gospel and Reggae music. The listening audience are part of the show as Co-Host and Votes which song played on the air should be "Let It Ride" or "Pass It By". The Artist song with the most "Let It Ride" Votes is featured on the Access To Arising Artists Website for site visitors of over 35, 000 per week to hear. That Artist is also given the title ARTIST of the WEEK with the WOW Factor receiving worldwide recognition and exposure.
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Being first matters! In the big picture, it really doesn't but we like to act like it does- being competitive is the only way to live because being last is humiliating- unless you have are overcoming some disabilty last is bad. Only thing is, we could tolerate over achievers if they came equipped with enough insight to know how insufferable they sound. Most of them don't understand that when they talk, they sound like they are bragging. Of course that's acceptable because they came first- isn't it? Acceptable but painfully uncomfortable for the fellow who believes this stuff. Have you never spoken to the middle aged guy who ran for the winning touchdown when he was 17- and that's his claim to fame? Pubs are full of drunk old men clinging to a moment that passed them bye. What of the men who don't brag? The world is full of them. Freemasons call them -a bigger man! How sad to pretend to live in the past. Where is the affirmation in that? Freemasonry only exists as applied philosophy in the moment. The history is time graffiti; some concrete points in a time/space continuum that validate that we were there, or here or somewhere else. That's the same as graffiti on an alley wall or a passing box car. Graffiti never quite captures purpose until the artist is using symbols to make statements.
It's fascinating, the preoccupation we have for 'masonic' graffiti, investing time considering the evidence of early members of our Craft. Even if only loosely based on facts we have learned to tolerate that- as long as it's 'masonic graffiti it's valid. But the graffiti rests on a deep base of undiscovered fact.
Join Brian Sons (Onyx) of Onyx Knights Paranormal as he interviews paranormal investigators and persons of interest in the paranormal field. Discussing such mysteries as Ghosts, Cryptozoology, UFOs, Sasquatch and any other subjects of paranormal interest!
Tonight's guests: Bob Garrett & Tim Sermons with Big Thicket Watch and Elliott guidry from Destination America's Swamp Monsters
Join Kristina Rake, M.A., for our weekly lay-worship and prayer. This is a prayer service run by a layperson that includes prayer, hymns, the Sunday readings, intercessions, and guided meditation. It begins with Beginner's Bible: Cracking open the Word. Kristina, a theologian and scripture scholar, will begin a study on the Gospel of Luke, explaining the meaning of the Gospel verse by verse so that you can understand what the Lord has commanded us to do.
Then, we begin with our service. This week's lay-homily is: Fair or Foul? When God's Love Seems Unfair. The Bible tells us that God will forgive people whom we may not believe deserve forgiveness. When you get to heaven, do you know if Hitler will be there? Or Stalin? Or John Wayne Gacey? Will you bump into someone whom you would never have allowed in?
Perhaps. And that makes us angry. But why?
Kristina will explore the ways in which our own flawed human love is used to judge God's perfect love and, more importantly, why it is we think that way. If you've ever wondered how God can be "good" and still allow human evil-doers into heaven, then you'll want to join us tonight.
We'll end with a guided mediation in which we encounter the Risen Christ in our hearts.
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All students at college campuses, find a buddy when you have to walk around campus or when going out. Please don't drink and if you do make sure you are with trusted friends and more then one. September 20th article about 18-year-old Hannah Graham who went missing a week ago. Nearly 1,000 help search for her. Please pray for the recovery of Hannah.
"A Pennsylvania judge has been convicted of selling children into prison for cash. The former judge, 61-year old Mark Ciavarella Jr, was sentenced to 30 years for taking money under the table from a developer and jailing thousands of adults and juveniles, some as young as ten. Ciavarella made more than a million dollars selling people into incarceration."
Pray more arrangements such as this one are exposed and brought to light and justice. Pray for the healing and restoration of children in these situations.
Woman, 21, convicted of kidnapping and assaulting a 5 year old kindergartner
Pray for those abused as children to be healed and delivered that the process of hurt people hurting people is disrupted and turned into healed people helping hurt people to heal.
On Episode 56 Kinte & Yardley discuss episode 8 of season 4 "Under Color of Law" with director of episode Director Michael Nankin. Air Date 9/20/14
Under Color of Law
Written by: John Romano
Directed by: Michael Nankin
Cullen makes a decision to ensure his family's safety. Campbell hires a new federal marshal to clean up the streets.
Director Michael Nankin
Michael Nankin was born in Los Angeles to a family of medical practitioners. His mother, Natalie, started the first tissue-typing laboratory in LA and was a pioneer in organ transplantation. A standard-8 movie camera was placed in his hands when he was 10 years old by his grandfather. Michael made films through his childhood but started his career as an illustrator and animator. He won the Jim Morrison Award when he was a film student at UCLA. His undergraduate film, JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, a musical-comedy, caught the attention of Disney studios who hired Michael and his filmmaking partner, David Wechter, to develop features.