• 01:00

    Mimi Hwang from Hwang's Martial Arts

    in Health

    Don't miss special guest, Mimi Hwang from Hwang's Martial Arts as my special guest. 


    Hwang’s Martial Arts wants every family to have fun, AND get healthy together on Saturday, March 7 at the Kentucky International Convention Center, all while raising funds for Kosair Children’s Hospital.  From 12pm to 2pm, there will be fire and safety vehicles, free health screenings, interactive booths provided by local businesses, a rock climbing wall, petting zoo, and bounce houses, along with many other exciting things to experience! 


    From 2 until 4 pm, festival-goers will enjoy an once-in-a-lifetime demonstration by the 1984 Olympic Medalist, Grandmaster Jung Oh Hwang.  Along with the spine-tingling martial arts demonstration by Grandmaster Hwang, hundreds of Hwang’s students will be performing exciting demonstrations of their own, featuring heart-stopping weapons routines, high-flying board breaking, and an exhilarating display of precision and technique. 


    Hwang’s Martial Arts offers a variety of different programs for the whole family. HMA offers beginner taekwondo classes, all day summer camps, after school program, birthday parties, and judo/hapkido classes. 

  • 01:00

    Chalk Talk...Sports and Beyond...More Than Just a Game!

    in Sports

    Get Your Game Face On!
     


    Chalk Talk is a weekly live interactive sports talk show. It's not your ordinary show. Here you'll get a unique, yet informative perspective on all things sports and a wide variety of guests. I go beyond the highlights and scores to give you the stories behind the stories. 

    Filmmaker Deborah Riley-Draper joins me to talk about her upcoming documentary: Olympic Pride - American Prejudice. It takes a look at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. Most of us know the story of Jesse Owens, but there were 17 other Black athletes competing in those games. This film tells the untold story of the other 17.  


    The NFL Scouting Combine is over, so who were the most impressive athletes? Were there any surprises good or bad? We'll talk about on Chalk Talk. What about the NBA? We'll take a look at who did or didn't get traded. All of this and more on next week's show.


    Looking forward to seeing you online! It's a fun hour of sports you don't want to miss. 


    However, if you can't join us live, save the link and check out the podcast later in the day.


     

  • 01:35

    A LOOK INTO THE BOOKS OF CORINTHIANS - A Church Divided

    in Spirituality

    We will continue our study in examinnig one the most important twin books in the Holy Bible, the books of 1st and 2nd Corinthians.


    Now Corinth was a city-state located on an isthmus (a narrow strip of land connecting two larger land areas, usually with water on either side) that joined the Peloponnesus Peninsula (The southern most tip of Greece) to the mainland of Greece.


    Because of where Corinth was geographically situated it was a city that was a meeting place of many nationalities and cultures. It served as a trade center between Asia and western Europe.. The city boasted of an outdoor theater that could seat 20,000 people, and often hosted athletic games the rivaled the ancient Olympic Games of Greece itself. It also was the home of the Great Temple of Aphrodite (Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love). This pagan temple housed over 1,000 prostitutes. The city was known for its corruption and immorality. Their debauchery was so blatant that the phrase, ":to act the Corinthians" meant to practice fornication. Many of the problems, and divisive issues that flowed throughout this city was a direct result of the sin and wickedness that festered in the hearts of the people that lived there.


    To this city, Paul first came to preach, in the year A.D. 50, during his second missionary journey. Paul stayed there for nearly two years, preaching and winning many souls to Christ. After leaving, Paul wrote the Corinthian church a letter, which was lost (5:9), but, learning of disturbing news about some believers from other believers (7:1) prompted the apostle to write 1 Corinthians. All of these issues will be addressed and examined, during this indepth study.


    Come with us, as we begin to understand the church established in Corinth... a church divided.


     

  • 01:00

    Stand For Truth Radio

    in Politics

    Join me, Monday, February 23, at 6:00 pmPT/9:00 pmET when my guest will be BOB BURG, bestselling author and speaker. We'll be talking about Bob's books, politics, and more.


    Bob Burg is a sought-after speaker at corporate conferences and for entrepreneurial events. He regularly addresses audiences ranging in size from 50 to 16,000 – sharing the platform with notables including today’s top thought leaders, broadcast personalities, Olympic athletes and political leaders including a former United States President.


    Although for years he was best known for his book Endless Referrals, over the past few years it’s his business parable, The Go-Giver (coauthored with John David Mann) that has captured the heart and imagination of his readers.


    It shot to #6 on The Wall Street Journal’s Business Bestsellers list just three weeks after its release and reached #9 on BusinessWeek’s. It’s been translated into 21 languages, and it’s his fourth book to sell over 250,000 copies.


    He believes his new book, Adversaries into Allies: Win People Over Without Manipulation or Coercion is by far his most important work yet.


    Bob is an advocate, supporter and defender of the Free Enterprise system, believing that the amount of money one makes is directly proportional to how many people they serve. He is also an unapologetic animal fanatic and serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Furry Friends Adoption and Clinic in Jupiter, Florida.


    Join Host Susan Knowles licensed psychotherapist 

  • 02:09

    NHL On the Ice with USA Hockey Dave Fischer

    in Hockey

    Join Bryan Yates and Alan Zlotorzynski this Sunday at 7 pm EST for 2 hours of Hockey talk. We cover the NHL, AHL, CHL, College Hockey, Fantasy Hockey and much more. We would love your participation on the show. You can join us by joining the chat room or call into the show at (714) 202-9918. 


    This weeked is the Hockey weekend across America as well as this weekend, the 1980 U.S. Olympic Ice Hockey Team will reunite in Lake Placid, New York, on the 35th Anniversary of their historic win over the Soviet Union. Members of the gold medal winning team will relive the 'Miracle on Ice' by giving their perspective of the game through photographs, audio, and video footage. The reunion will also pay tribute to Bob Suter, who passed away at the age of 57 on Sept. 9, 2014. Suter’s No. 20 jersey will be raised to the rafters in his honor. Joining us to talk about USA Hockey is Senior Director of Communications Dave Fischer. 


    You can check out On the Ice on facebook at NHL On the Ice Podcast. You can find us on twitter @NHLOn_the_Ice and @NHLOnTheIceAmes. Also check out our web site for new content everyday at http://nhlontheice.com/

  • 01:59

    Neutral Zone 2-22-15

    in Hockey

    Rangers hockey talkshow, NHL trade deadline metroplolitan division standings, 1980 us olympic team 

  • 00:38

    #TeamChaplain - Low Vision and Blindess Awareness Month

    in Radio

    Join #TeamChaplain (Chaplain, Patrina, Nancy, Crystal and LaShanda)


    Reported by the National Prevention of Blindness, the total economic disorder for eye disorder and vision loss is $139 Billion. (http://www.preventblindness.org) 


    There is a Focus on Eye Health National Summit, June 18th in Washington DC.  The Focus on Eye Health National Summit was organized to elevate the national dialogue around vision and public health issues.


    Common Eye Myths: Failure to use proper glasses will hurt your eyes; reading in dim light can damage your eyes; eating carrots will improve your vision; there is nothing you can do about preventing sight loss; an eye exam is only necessary if you're having problems; watching television too long or sitting too close can damage your eyes.


    Leading cause of vision loss for Americans age 65 and older is AMD (Age-Related Macular Degeneration).  Preventive steps is a regular eye doctor visit, learn and watch of symptoms and signs, don't smoke-eat healthy-stay active.


    Another cause for loss of vision or scarring of the corneal is development of fungus due to wearing contact lenses.  Preventive maintain routine eye doctor exam, dispose contacts when instructed, maintain proper lens hygiene, remove lens when showering, swimming or any water activities.

  • 00:16

    Olympic Gold Medalist Steve Fraser

    in Wrestling

    1984 Olympic Gold Medalist Steve Fraser shares with us how he got into wrestling, his trials, triumphs as well as some words of wisdom for kids, teens and adults everywhere.


    Steve received his gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling.

  • 01:01

    The Back Nine Report presented by eDraft.com

    in Sports

    Arnold Palmer told us long ago that the game is at least 80% mental. Co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres will take The Practice Range, and tackle this aspect of the game, how the pressure and emotions affect players, and how it also translates to oether sports and our daily lives.


    On The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network, Rory McIlroy has committed to the Honda Classic, but now is investigated for tax evasion in the UK along with buddy Grame McDowell; the PGA Tour look to appeal to a younger crowd with Skratch TV; arrests have been made in the Robert Allenby case; Donald Trump is at it again, wants to own the Miami-Dade Country Public Course and Raise fees, plus there are more issues for the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Golf Course.


    We’ll have two Very Important Guest (VIG) of the Week, one of the is Craig Brass, author of the book How to Quit Golf: A 12-Step Program, and the other will be J.R. Slaughter, President of Juvent Sports and VP of Sales at Juvent-Regenerative Technologies Corporation.

  • 01:01

    Celebrating Black History - In Literary Color

    in Travel

    Step into the words and paintings of award-winning writers and artists as we celebrate black history in literary color. Award-winning artist Michele Wood’s work reflects a deep sense of history and place. As a painter, illustrator, designer and writer, she has gained wide recognition and has earned multiple awards including the prestigious American Book Award for her first book, Going Back Home.  Michelle is also a Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award recipient from the American Library Association.  Michele’s artistry continues to explode in her other works, I See the Rhythm and I See the Rhythm of Gospel.


    Fond memories of swimming with “Uncle Martin” is how a small Paula Young-Shelton recalls many days with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  As the daughter of former United Nations Ambassador and former Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young, Paula offers a human side to the icons of the civil rights movement through her young eyes.  Paula’s accounts are colorfully shared in her children’s book “Child of the Civil Rights Movement.”


    Pulitzer-Prize winning author Isabel Wilkerson chronicles America’s Great Migration of African-Americans in her epic novel, The Warmth of Other Suns.  Isabel shares many accounts of African-Americans who left the south between 1915 to 1970 in search of freedom and opportunity and, in doing so, changed a nation and the world.  The Migration of over 6 million black folks from the south not only transformed society, politics, economics and culture, these events also changed the course of history

  • 01:45

    THE LETTERS TO THE CORINTHIANS: A CHURCH DIVIDED

    in Spirituality

    The Apostle Paul wrote to the church at Corinth because they suffered from division and immorality.


    Now Corinth was a city-state located on an isthmus (a narrow strip of land connecting two larger land areas, usually with water on either side) that joined the Peloponnesus Peninsula to the mainland of Greece.


    Because of where Corinth was geographically situated it was a city that was a meeting place of many nationalities and cultures. It served as a trade center between Asia and western Europe.. The city boasted of an outdoor theater that could seat 20,000 people, and often hosted athletic games the rivaled the ancient Olympic Games of Greece itself. It also was the home of the Great Temple of Aphrodite (Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love). This pagan temple housed over 1,000 prostitutes. The city was known for its corruption and immorality. Their debauchery was so blatant that the phrase, ":to act the Corinthians" meant to practice fornication. Corinth was noted for everything sinful.


    To this city, Paul first came to preach, in the year A.D. 50, during his second missionary journey. Paul stayed there for nearly two years, preaching and winning many souls to Christ. After leaving, Paul wrote the Corinthian church a letter, which was lost (5:9), but disturbing news about some believers from other believers (7:1) prompted the apostle to write 1 Corinthians. Problems there included divisions in the church (1:11), immorality (chapters 5;6:9-20), as well as questions concerning marriage, the role of women in the church, food, worship and the resurrection.


    This letter was written from Ephesus (16:8).


    Come with us, as we begin to understand the church established in Corinth... a church divided.

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