• 00:17

    The New Wine of the Five-Fold Ministry Gifts

    in The Bible

    Most Bible readers are familiar with Ephesians 4:11, where the Apostle Paul -- the assumed penman of the book -- identifies the five ministry gifts that our Lord Jesus gave to the Church.  Many believe they are themselves one of those five gifts, but either don't know which one they are, or what that gift really means.  Some who know which gift they are, have no clue about how to activate that gift in the Body of Christ so that they can do what God has called them to do.  This week's program will clarify some of the confusion that has existed about these important gifts, and help us to understand how they are to be used in ministry. If you have ears to hear, I invite you to join us and receive of the new wine that God is pouring out.  Today, 4 pm @ http://blogtalkradio.com/wordwisdom, or by phone 661.554.9174.  C U there!

  • 02:16

    VERSATILE RADIO ANNIVERSARY INTERVIEW AND UPRISING KING OF RNB "SHALIEK"

    in Entertainment

    Born and raised in the Bronx, New York, Shaliek embodies the establishment of a fresh vibe with classic soul.  With influences from legends Stevie Wonder, Donnie Hathaway, Michael Jackson, and Sam Cooke, Shaliek’s sound is one filled with old school passion, yet capturing new age flavor. Shaliek comes from a musically driven family.  His father plays the drums and his mother is a singer. These elements served as the early roots for Shaliek’s love for music.    It wasn’t long before industry notables started to take notice, culminating in Universal Records signing him to a record deal. Immediately, he was put to work collaborating with music heavyweights Alicia Keys, Bryan Michael Cox, The Underdoggs and Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis just to name a few.  “I remember dreaming of working with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and the next thing you know I’m in the studio with these guys working on my debut album. It was magical” Shaliek recalls. Shaliek  teamed up with fellow East Coast penman Cashus C.R.E.A.M. and Derrick Thompson, former VP of Sony BMG, and formed the renowned songwriting team, The Hitterzz. The Hitterzz have coined hits for DAY26, Jordan Knight and many others.  It wasn't long before Shaliek caught the attention of renowned music executive Ruben Rodriguez.  Ruben immediately signed Shaliek to his label, Pendulum Records.  Under the watchful eye of Ruben and Pendulum Records, Shaliek completed a soulful album entitled "Blood. Sweat. Tears.", which will be available in May 2014.   The first single "The Past" available now on iTunes and PendulumRecords.com climbed  the charts maintaining 10 weeks in the Top 15 on the Neilson BDS Urban AC Chart


    PENDULUM RECORDS
    96 Linwood Plaza, #354
    Fort Lee, NJ 07024
    201-363-1461
    ruben@rubenrodriguezentertainment.net


     


     

  • 00:31

    Show #64: Giving Employees a Genuine Voice

    in Business

    Special guests: Hugh Fenn, Executive Director – Housing and Customer Service and Carli Harper-Penman, Director of Communications and Public Affairs, at Moat.
     
    Moat is a leading housing association providing affordable homes for people in the South East. Moat delivers high quality general needs homes for affordable rent, retirement housing, and independent living, and has a strong affordable home ownership offer. Developing around 500 new homes every year, Moat is a not-for-profit organisation and all financial surpluses are reinvested to provide additional affordable homes and services.


    Join Hugh and Carli as they talk about the exciting ways they give employees a genuine voice eg involving every single member of the Moat team in contributing to their 2014 strategic  plan.


    Host: Jo Moffatt

  • 03:51

    BIBLE STUDY 101 : The Gospel of St.John (Ch. 1) with Prophetess Diane Grimble

    in Christianity

    PRESENTER:   Prophetess Diane Grimble 


    This book was written by the apostle John (the beloved of Jesus). He was very close to Jesus. He knew more about Him than anyone else.


    When three were chosen to be with Jesus at specific times, such as at the transfiguration, John was always one of the three. John is the only apostle specifically mentioned at the crucifixion of Jesus. Jesus loved and trusted John so much that He entrusted His own mother to him.


    There is such a love oozing from every word in this book. We see a young man so devoted that he laid his head on Jesus'breast. John was the very first of the men to realize that Jesus had truly risen from the grave.


    The name of John translated is Jehovah is merciful or the grace of Jehovah. This John was the brother of James; they were the sons of Zebedee, the sons of thunder. John was one of the first apostles chosen by Jesus.


    This same John wrote First, Second, and Third John and the Book of Revelation. John remained loyal to Jesus and preached so boldly in Jesus' name that he was banished to the Isle of Patmos to get him quieted. That didn't work either, because this just gave John more time to pray and be with Jesus.


    He received the information for the Book of Revelation while he was banished to this island. He loved Jesus so much that even though he was alone, he was in the spirit on the Lord's Day. I could write this whole series about this penman, but we are not looking at John, but at his work.


    The Book of John a beautiful relationship between Jesus and the Father. In the Book of John, Christ speaks of God as the Father over 100 times. In the Book of John, we find that Jesus' ministry altogether was approximately 3 1/2 years.


     

  • 00:31

    Small business and the updates to Facebook

    in Business

    Let's talk about contests, trending topics and other new perks that might help you.
     

  • 01:04

    THE HERMITS CAVE - "THE MAN WITH WHITE HAIR"

    in Entertainment

    THE HERMITS CAVE

    The Hermit's Cave was probably inspired by the success of The Witch's Tale. After all, it was basically the exact same concept except it was a cackling old man telling the stories instead of a cackling old woman. It developed a reputation for grisly sound effects and featured several notable future stars, especially John Dehner and William Conrad. Dehner was 28 when he played The Hermit on the West Coast Los Angeles version after 1942. Mel Johnson played The Hermit before Dehner, and he was just 24. William Conrad was the series producer at the ripe old age of 22! (Dunning, 319.) Years later, Conrad became the famous radio voice of Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke and narrated powerful host voices of shows like Escape and The Clock. (He also played the fat detective Cannon on TV in the 1970s.) Other actors who played the old Hermit (on the East coast in Detroit) were John Kent, Charles Penman, Toby Grimmer, and Klock Ryder.

    The Hermit's Cave was recorded live during broadcast and syndicated to other stations. It reached a national audience this way and began its Los Angeles West Coast broadcast in 1940 on KMPC.


    EPISODE-1:  "THE MAN WITH WHITE HAIR"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    EPISODE-2: "THE DARK HOUSE"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    TO ADVERTISE ON SCARE FM: http://scarefm.com

  • 01:17

    THE HERMITS CAVE - "THE VAMPIRE'S DESIRE"

    in Entertainment

    THE HERMITS CAVE

    The Hermit's Cave was probably inspired by the success of The Witch's Tale. After all, it was basically the exact same concept except it was a cackling old man telling the stories instead of a cackling old woman. It developed a reputation for grisly sound effects and featured several notable future stars, especially John Dehner and William Conrad. Dehner was 28 when he played The Hermit on the West Coast Los Angeles version after 1942. Mel Johnson played The Hermit before Dehner, and he was just 24. William Conrad was the series producer at the ripe old age of 22! (Dunning, 319.) Years later, Conrad became the famous radio voice of Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke and narrated powerful host voices of shows like Escape and The Clock. (He also played the fat detective Cannon on TV in the 1970s.) Other actors who played the old Hermit (on the East coast in Detroit) were John Kent, Charles Penman, Toby Grimmer, and Klock Ryder.

    The Hermit's Cave was recorded live during broadcast and syndicated to other stations. It reached a national audience this way and began its Los Angeles West Coast broadcast in 1940 on KMPC.


    EPISODE-1:  "THE VAMPIRE'S DESIRE"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    EPISODE-2: "THE DEVILS SCRAPBOOK"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    TO ADVERTISE ON SCARE FM: http://scarefm.com

  • 01:09

    THE HERMITS CAVE - "THE SEARCH FOR LIFE"

    in Entertainment

    THE HERMITS CAVE

    The Hermit's Cave was probably inspired by the success of The Witch's Tale. After all, it was basically the exact same concept except it was a cackling old man telling the stories instead of a cackling old woman. It developed a reputation for grisly sound effects and featured several notable future stars, especially John Dehner and William Conrad. Dehner was 28 when he played The Hermit on the West Coast Los Angeles version after 1942. Mel Johnson played The Hermit before Dehner, and he was just 24. William Conrad was the series producer at the ripe old age of 22! (Dunning, 319.) Years later, Conrad became the famous radio voice of Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke and narrated powerful host voices of shows like Escape and The Clock. (He also played the fat detective Cannon on TV in the 1970s.) Other actors who played the old Hermit (on the East coast in Detroit) were John Kent, Charles Penman, Toby Grimmer, and Klock Ryder.

    The Hermit's Cave was recorded live during broadcast and syndicated to other stations. It reached a national audience this way and began its Los Angeles West Coast broadcast in 1940 on KMPC.


    EPISODE-1:  "THE SEARCH FOR LIFE"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    EPISODE-2: "THE STORY WITHOUT END"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    TO ADVERTISE ON SCARE FM: http://scarefm.com

  • 01:14

    THE HERMITS CAVE - "THE NAMELESS DAY"

    in Entertainment

    THE HERMITS CAVE

    The Hermit's Cave was probably inspired by the success of The Witch's Tale. After all, it was basically the exact same concept except it was a cackling old man telling the stories instead of a cackling old woman. It developed a reputation for grisly sound effects and featured several notable future stars, especially John Dehner and William Conrad. Dehner was 28 when he played The Hermit on the West Coast Los Angeles version after 1942. Mel Johnson played The Hermit before Dehner, and he was just 24. William Conrad was the series producer at the ripe old age of 22! (Dunning, 319.) Years later, Conrad became the famous radio voice of Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke and narrated powerful host voices of shows like Escape and The Clock. (He also played the fat detective Cannon on TV in the 1970s.) Other actors who played the old Hermit (on the East coast in Detroit) were John Kent, Charles Penman, Toby Grimmer, and Klock Ryder.

    The Hermit's Cave was recorded live during broadcast and syndicated to other stations. It reached a national audience this way and began its Los Angeles West Coast broadcast in 1940 on KMPC.


    EPISODE-1:  "THE NAMELESS DAY"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    EPISODE-2: "THE PROFESSOR'S ELIXIR"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    TO ADVERTISE ON SCARE FM: http://scarefm.com

  • 01:14

    THE HERMITS CAVE - "THE LOST BLACK CROW MINE"

    in Entertainment

    THE HERMITS CAVE

    The Hermit's Cave was probably inspired by the success of The Witch's Tale. After all, it was basically the exact same concept except it was a cackling old man telling the stories instead of a cackling old woman. It developed a reputation for grisly sound effects and featured several notable future stars, especially John Dehner and William Conrad. Dehner was 28 when he played The Hermit on the West Coast Los Angeles version after 1942. Mel Johnson played The Hermit before Dehner, and he was just 24. William Conrad was the series producer at the ripe old age of 22! (Dunning, 319.) Years later, Conrad became the famous radio voice of Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke and narrated powerful host voices of shows like Escape and The Clock. (He also played the fat detective Cannon on TV in the 1970s.) Other actors who played the old Hermit (on the East coast in Detroit) were John Kent, Charles Penman, Toby Grimmer, and Klock Ryder.

    The Hermit's Cave was recorded live during broadcast and syndicated to other stations. It reached a national audience this way and began its Los Angeles West Coast broadcast in 1940 on KMPC.


    EPISODE-1:  "THE LOST BLACK CROW MINE"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    EPISODE-2: "THE MYSTERY OF THE THING"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    TO ADVERTISE ON SCARE FM: http://scarefm.com

  • 01:10

    THE HERMITS CAVE - "THE HOUSE ON LOST LAND'S BLUFF"

    in Entertainment

    THE HERMITS CAVE

    The Hermit's Cave was probably inspired by the success of The Witch's Tale. After all, it was basically the exact same concept except it was a cackling old man telling the stories instead of a cackling old woman. It developed a reputation for grisly sound effects and featured several notable future stars, especially John Dehner and William Conrad. Dehner was 28 when he played The Hermit on the West Coast Los Angeles version after 1942. Mel Johnson played The Hermit before Dehner, and he was just 24. William Conrad was the series producer at the ripe old age of 22! (Dunning, 319.) Years later, Conrad became the famous radio voice of Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke and narrated powerful host voices of shows like Escape and The Clock. (He also played the fat detective Cannon on TV in the 1970s.) Other actors who played the old Hermit (on the East coast in Detroit) were John Kent, Charles Penman, Toby Grimmer, and Klock Ryder.

    The Hermit's Cave was recorded live during broadcast and syndicated to other stations. It reached a national audience this way and began its Los Angeles West Coast broadcast in 1940 on KMPC.


    EPISODE-1:  "THE HOUSE ON LOST LAND'S BLUFF"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    EPISODE-2: "THE HOUSE WITH A PAST"

    RUN TIME: 24:00

    TO ADVERTISE ON SCARE FM: http://scarefm.com

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