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AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, take on Total Recall.
We're both looking forward to this one, and coming off of our show analyzing the summer, we're hoping this one is going to help us get a bit more summer as fall approaches.
We'll have a couple of interview clips featuring director Len Wiseman and star Colin Farrell to share, and we think it's going to be a lot of fun this week.
A meeting is coming up to recall a Mayor on a variety of issues but is it fair-A Major Sports Team scores big on Tax Payer money-M.A.N.in the Street was invited to take part in a play(But who was with him)-Our Resident Sportscaller gets an award-M.A.N. in the Street is invited to be a part of an upcoming concert but which one?-Hip Hop Workshop is coming up this Sat.&we have some surprises-Dept.of Justice Novel will be read-a 12 year old is blamed for his death-Events-New Music-and your phone calls at 646-478-0944 to get your views!
This Week's Lesson: "Obedience Is Better Than Sacrifice" - (1 Samuel 15:22).
Any relationship requires and understanding of terms. A healthy relationship will recognize the obligations and expectations of both friends. A marriage is similar. However, our relationship with God is unique. We follow Him on His terms. We have nothing to offer other than ourselves. When we make this offering, we recognize that He has expectations of us. His commands must be obeyed as we submit to His governance of our lives. We live out our lives lives according to His plans, not our own.
In this week;s lesson, we will see that King Saul failed to recall the importance of obedience, and suffered as a results. We are wise to learn from his sad example, remembering that obedience brings peace, fulfillment, and blessing.
On January 22 of this year, Bob Estep was pulled over in a routine traffic stop in Christian County. That's about as far as we go with any consistency between what police say happened and what Estep says happened. New releases from the police department of Sparta this week widen the chasm even more between the reports of how the incident really went down. We'll continue our coverage tonight.
Somehow the Springfield newspaper managed to squeeze the Estep story in amongst the pages crowded with stories of how the "haters" want to encourage discrimination, who the "good Christians" and "bad Christians" are, and their hollow cries to expand the inequalities extended to special classes of people. We'll discuss the upcoming Springfield vote to recall the expansion of special privelege to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people.
Join us live at 7PM Missouri Time. Call and participate at 347-677-1835.
Sometimes, a company may release a product to the public, however, sometime later, they will realize that the product is defective. The product may not do all that it says it does. It may present some type of hazard for the consumer. So the manufacturer of the product will issue a recall.
Perhaps you remember a couple of years ago, Toyota had what is being called a "recall crisis." They had sent to the market several lines of cars that had a serious defect: the brakes were not working as they should have been. Some people got in accidents because they were unable to brake when they needed to or the car they were driving switched on the brakes on its own. Toyota had to recall almost half a million vehicles for that issue alone. From 2009 to 2011, Toyota recalled a total of over 4.5 million vehicles.
Did you know that God has issued a recall for every person in the world?
You see, when God created the world, He made humans perfect. However, when Adam and Eve disobeyed a simple command from God, they introduced a defect into the human race -- the defect of sin. Since that time, every human has disobeyed God's laws, and now is defective. The Bible says, "all have sinned and come short of the glory of God." We are damaged goods. Sin and the consequences of sin has messed up our lives. We are no longer perfect.
God decided to do something about our lack of perfection. He decided to issue a recall so He could fix us if we want to be fixed. He says to us today, "Return unto me, and I will return unto you..." He says in Isaiah 1:18: "Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool."
+ Plus, listen to Chris Rice singing "Come to Jesus"
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I'm convinced there are NO ACCIDENTS! Recently I received a copy of THE GREATEST SALESMAN IN THE WORLD from my library. I don't recall asking for it but there it was in my hands.
I must admit, I was a bit skeptical but once I bean to read the book, I was inspired...couldn't put it down.
THE GREATEST SALEMAN IN THE WORLD by OG Mandino, is original and ingenious. You can change your life with the priceless wisdom of the ten ancient scrolls handed down for thousands of years.
What you are today is not important for in this book...etc.
What other Notable Authors are saying...etc.
Secrets kept in the tower...etc.
A wooden box...etc.
Scrolls, a principle, a law...etc.
Welcome to "In The Moment" with Adele Arnesen. This broadcast comes to you from the Experiosity Tree House Studio in Gardiner, MT. located near the North entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Join me at 9 pm Mt time on Thursday evenings as we not only share ideas but good information and fun stuff for you to do, think about and share with your family as well as friends and colleagues. This show is for everyone. We want you to have an Experiosity Day each and every day. We hope that we will provide some new tools for your Resilience Living Tool Box.
As an example of an Experiosity Moment.I will recall a weekend of excitement visiting with new friendships as we tackle the hills and valleys looking for birds of all kinds. What an experience. Will also go into my backyard bird sanctuary journey. Quite a journey and also into developing a fairy and troll garden. What an adventure. Great for the kids as well.
That is what In the Moment is all about. This Broadcast Series we are presenting is all about being Curious The Natural Way and viewing the world through the eyes of the children around us as well as within each of us young and old alike. So do join us or archive it at a time that is best for you to listen. You can also archive this broadcast at http://www.experiosity.com or http://www.brookndellvirtualvillage.com.
So, mark this down...This is your invitation to join us at "In the Moment" on March 26th at 9 pm mt time Share this link with everyone.http://tobtr.com/7470703
Recall the euphoria that engulfed the African-American community back in 2008, when Barack Obama became the 44th president of the United States. Blacks came out for him in droves and voted for him at an astounding 96% level. Times, they were a-changin', so to speak. It was the dawning of a new era, as a large dose of hope and change was on its way to the county as a whole, and specifically to the African-American community. Now, almost four years later, it's clear that Obama has done nothing to improve the way of life among blacks as a whole. In fact, statistics show that life has actually regressed for African-Americans under Obama.
Why oh why do so many Americans fear big ideas? Seems like we'd rather have a President who is a stereotypical accountant than a bold-stroke leader.
I wasn't even going to get into the HIllary Clinton v. Elizabeth Warren game, much less the conga line of GOP clods. Yet the murmurs in media and, of course, online commenters has gotten sad and a bit toxic. The current foolish instant cliché about Warren is 1) she is too inexperienced to be Prez and 2) just look at what happened with this current inexperienced guy named Obama.
For Warren, let us recall that the same donkeys brayed that she was two one-dimensional and too inexperienced to be Senator. Instead, she strode into office with her tiny, slender body and quiet voice as a real warrior. She put the lie to accepted truth of the limits of new Senators being impotent. She has set the standard for what a legislator should accomplish.
She did it with bold, well-formulated ideas — big ideas.
I don't want her to leave the Senate for a run for the top office. Yet in her spot, she already is a template for what we should expect from politicians. We don't need another incrementalist. We don't need another political coward in the White House.
Quite the headline however many in Mt. Pleasant WI feel this is what is happening that the Water/Sewer drive the Farmers away for development idea have been in the works for years.
Today I will talk about this idea, stories from the past.
Can the case be made? Can the Farmers fight and win? Lots of questions
Recall the Owens Valley.
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