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Taking It To The Streets with Bishop Shirleen Cook
"Please Pass The Baton, We've Got A Race To Win" With Guest Speaker; Evangelist Regina Tardy
As we begin Black History Month we will hear a timely message on passing on the legacy of faith. The African-American culture has always had a great love of God, because many times our faith was all that we had. So ask you, what are you passing down to the next generation? What kind of a legacy are you leaving to insure that the following generations have a fighting chance to win the race of faith?
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I am personally committed here at Taking It To The Streets to bringing to you, our listeners, some of the most uplifting and inspiring interviews, along with some of the most anointed preaching and teaching that you are going to hear this side of the New Jerusalem, because we're here to bring you relevant information and solutions based on Biblical principals that will literally transform your faith walk and change your world.
Yes, we're giving you more of what your soul is looking for right here on the Spirit Alive Network
As most of you know, I started with my Wednesday Night program Recovery Now a few years ago. When we lost our regular Saturday Host, my intent was to sub in for a while, then pass the baton to a new host. I started sitting in "Temporarliy" on Saturday Nights, and low & behold...Temporary is relative. It's been over a year! It's also hard to find good soldiers to work on Saturday Nights!
My Wednesday show is full of fabulous, informative guests in the front half of the show, and the back half is Open Mic and Great Indie Music sure to inspire.
Months ago, Shannon Marie Hilbert joined us as the host on the 1st, 3rd & 5th Saturday Nights. She's done such a great job on the team, that her early holiday gift is to make her show Be Positive weekly, after tonight. I will retreat to my Hump Day show, where I do the heavy lifting. :)
Tonight I will kick back, talk a bit about service and passing the baton, hope for some fine callers and play some Fab tunes. Join me, share what's on your mind and heart...Or just listen to the grooves, from what has been my less formal show, most times. I'll carry some of that back to Wednesdays with me, but still maintain the high quality guests you've come to expect and enjoy. Mix it up a bit, and cohost some upcoming holiday shows. Congratualtions to Shannon!
Hope you'll join me tonight for my Saturday farewell, and pen in those Wednesday nights, as well as joining Shannon on future Saturday Night shows.
When we serious look at things today, it was told to us in Judges 2:6-15. For those of us that have by pass this please go back to see what the Lord has shared. So I’m going to address the subject of passing on the baton from one generation to the next. I really want to sound a warning to each and every one of us that, even if we are like Joshua and his generation, who knew the Lord and experienced His power, this is no guarantee that our children and the next generation will follow in our footsteps. Let me be as open as I can each of us play a significant role in helping to pass on the baton to the next generation with great care, because the race could easily be lost if we fumble the baton. Those of you that are parent I want to give practical instruction to, as well as to others who join in this task of help raising this generation, and let me be mindful and show in detail on how to pass on the baton of faith to the next generation because its very important that they understand its a might win the race. Join us and share this lesson: "Passing The Baton To The Next Generation" also visit us at www.uptopministries.org and continue to send in your requests there
CAROLINA PANTHER quarterback, CAM NEWTON, says people are afraid of him because he's an African-American quarterback, and they have nothing to compare him too. Special guest sports radio personality, DESHAUN TATE, visits MD to offer his take? African-America QB, RUSSELL WILSON played in the last two SUPERBOWLS, but he did not invoke the vicious social media, and some outright RACIST, response of the brash and unapologetic CAM NEWTON. This SUPERBOWL 50 isn't just CAROLINA vs DENVER, but seemingly a changing of the guard with the new age, scrambling BLACK QB, CAM NEWTON vs the traditional, pocket passing, WHITE QB, PEYTON MANNING. MENTAL DIALOGUE asking the questions America's afraid to ask. "ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU THINK"
Matt King is currently the Director of Speed and Athletic Performance at Columbia University. Matt is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association, a certified USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach, and a certified USA Track and Field Coach. He was a consensus All-American football player as a senior at Maine in 2006, and also spent time playing with teams in the NFL, CFL, and AFL prior to starting his coaching career.
Born and raised in Buffalo,NY Jeremy was a late bloomer athletically, who eventually worked his to earning a Division I scholarship to the University of Maine to play football. Closing in on his 5th year as a pro, he has been a member of the prestigious fraternity known as the National Football League, playing for the Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, and the Indianapolis Colts. Jeremy has also spent time in the Canadian Football League and the Arena Football League.
Ron Whitcomb has been with the Old Dominion football program since the beginning and worked his ninth season with the Monarchs in 2015.Whitcomb, departed as the Black Bears' all-time leader in completions (755), total offense (8,801) and touchdown passes (68). His 8,183 passing yards ranked second, as did his .592 completion percentage. One of three senior captains at Maine in 2006, Whitcomb was named the Atlantic-10 and Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Rookie of the Year as a redshirt freshman after passing for 2,428 yards and 21 touchdowns. The passing yardage was the most by a freshman in Atlantic-10 history and he also established a new school record with touchdown passes in 11 straight games.
We have just been given the shocking news of the passing of Brian Knighton, known to ECW fans as Axl Rotten. Axl and Ian (John Williams) known collectively as The Bad Breed were a major force early on in the tag scene in ECW. Whether as a team or feuding, they were always entertaining.
In recent years Brian had been dealing with numerous issues related to collective injuries. His struggle to be able to even be able to walk again was the subject of a documentary.
He had been with us just a couple of months ago when we paid tribute to Hack Myers and things according to him were looking good and his ability to walk was vastly improving so the shock is beyond words.
We will be joined briefly by Joel Gertner and may be joined by Jim Mollineaux and possibly other ECW Originals.
The story of Bruce Rossmeyer is finally told. He made a name for himself in the motorcycle industry and the community where he lived and worked that lives on today. Many people have wanted to know more about his life and we at Talking Motorcycles are amongst them. Now we hear those stories and much more.
His passing sent shockwaves through the motorcycle industry and the Harley-Davidson community. He was killed enjoying his motorcycle and friends in Sturgis, South Dakota. Now, his daughter Shelly will discuss his life and business philophy and how the family endured the loss while remaining committed to the family busines and the motorcycle community at large. This is a story you want to hear and we hear it as well in the episode of Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone powered by Crosley Brands!
Today Rossmeyers Harley-Davidson and Destinatinion Daytona plus their store in New Smyrna Beach, Florida are among the leaders in the industry in enhancing the buying and ownership experience for motorcyclist.
Additional thanks to: Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys, Dunlop Motorcycle Tires and The Harley-Davidson Motor Company.
After my brother’s passing, in 1995, at the age of 34, is when I started questioning what happens after a death. Why him? Why not me? That is when my psychic abilities started for me. I went to a world renowned Angel Reader in Scottsdale Az, in 1998. Learned more about Angels. And as they say the rest is history.
In 1999 I started seeing, hearing, sensing, Angels, Spirit Guides, & “dead” people around everyone, not understanding who they were, or, why I was seeing them and why they chose me to deliver their messages.
I have been actively helping people since 2000, through my readings, healings, classes, (and now with a book in the makings), through one on one readings in my home, parties at your home, phone and e-mail readings. I now have clients all across the United States and in several foreign counties.
How much do the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primaries really matter? MOMocrats Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills talk about the official start of Election 2016 and the media narrative. They also chat about the influence of big money PACS with filmmaker Holly Mosher, executive producers of the documentary "Pay 2 Play," which follows the money and the disintegration of our democracy that accelerated with the passing of Citizens United six years ago. .
Ever wonder why James Bond looks so good in his suits, but yet whenever you try to purchase a suit it just doesn’t fit the same. Yes it is true! We all don’t have time to spend countless hours in the gym and passing up on the opportunity to consume our favorite comfort food is just NOT an option.
DEMA has learned that while living a healthy lifestyle does help your look, a fine tailored suit makes all the difference in the world. Joining DEMA Live will be Trapper Roderick , CEO of True Gentleman. During this DEMA Live, he will discuss the theory behind Dressing For Success. We will discuss such topics as the distinction that a fine fabric can make in a suit, the difference between casual suits and business suits, and changes that are taking place in the fashion world.
Birmingham, Alabama is considered ground zero in the civil rights movement. In the 1950s, African-Americans of all ages in Birmingham drew a proverbial line in the sand against racial segregation. Their stories, struggles and ultimate success over Jim Crow laws is on display at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in an effort to keep the stories of this dark chapter in American history alive.
Across the street from the Civil Rights Institute is the 16th Street Baptist Church where a 1963 bombing that killed four young girls changed the course of history in Birmingham and America. We will walk through this church that has, today, become a place to unify a community and people from all over the world.
Downtown Birmingham is the home to the Civil Rights Heritage Trail. Kelly Ingrham Park, also known as Freedom Park, was the staging area for many of the demonstrations that took place in Birmingham led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth and others. Today, Freedom Parkt is a sculpture garden that honors those who peacefully demonstrated.
We will revisit our conversation with jazz legend, the late Frank "Doc" Adams. He shared his music and life with us when we met him at the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame just weeks before his passing at the age of 86.
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