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  • Always Remember with orion

    in Current Events

    I want to hear from you and hear what you think!

  • 01:33

    Always Remember Presents: Orion

    in Current Events

    This week we go back to the beginning of a missing persons case that has united many people and bonded new friendships, if you would like to add to our discussion, feel free to call in!

  • 01:22

    Lord Remember Me

    in Christianity

    I think every Believer wants God to remember us daily. I often thinks unbelievers wants to be remembered by God as well. Simply because one does not believe does not make it untrue. It is only that one don't believe. Believers need God to remember them daily and especially when he returns for his people

  • 01:00

    Interviewing Dave Christiano About His New Film - Remember The Goal!

    in Family

    "Remember The Goal"


    Interview with Dave Christiano, Director of the new film about to be released, "Remember The Goal." Dave Christiano, the film's director, is a former cross country runner in high school and college, plus he has coached two cross country teams. He is passionate about running and has ensured that this movie represents the true world of his sport. The cross country scenes are very realistic and correctly presented.


    Have questions for Dave? Leave your question NOW at 1-866-275-4472 and leave your name and question or comment after selecting option 1. We will do our best to include you as part of the program. What a great opportunity!


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  • 01:00

    Interviewing Dave Christiano Talking About His Newest Film - Remember The Goal!

    in The Bible

    "Remember The Goal"


    Interview with Dave Christiano, Director of the new film about to be released, "Remember The Goal." Dave Christiano, the film's director, is a former cross country runner in high school and college, plus he has coached two cross country teams. He is passionate about running and has ensured that this movie represents the true world of his sport. The cross country scenes are very realistic and correctly presented.


    Have questions for Dave? Leave your question NOW at 1-866-275-4472 and leave your name and question or comment after selecting option 1. We will do our best to include you as part of the program. What a great opportunity!


    *IMPORTANT* We will be updating this area of the screen during the program with information, so please refresh your screen from time to time to see the updates!

  • 01:04

    Remember Now And Then with Terry Virgil

    in Elections

    Remember how America used to be; the Land of Opportunity, the Land of the Free?  Well, join me this week and my special guest, Mr. Terry Virgil, Libertarian Candidate for the Wisconsin State Assembly District 33, as we take you back to the times where Liberty rang deep in the heart of the U.S.  With only days left before the election, find out what his plans are for District 33 that will bring back that spirit of true patriotism.  You can visit his campaign site at http://www.friendsofterryvirgil.com.  Join our conversation with Mr. Virgil by calling-in or using our chatroom during the show.  

  • 01:02

    Remember My Chains

    in Religion

    The salutation by the hand of me Paul
    After his amanuensis had finished the epistle, he added his usual salutation to it with his own hand, to prevent all counterfeits and impositions, and that the churches to whom he wrote might be sure of the genuineness of his epistles; but before he added it to it, he either wrote with his own hand, or ordered to be written the following words,


    remember my bonds;
    this he says, partly that they might be animated to abide by the Gospel, for which, as he had told them before, ( Colossians 4:3 ) that he was in bonds; and partly to encourage them, by his example, patiently to endure what afflictions and persecutions soever they should meet with, for the sake of it; as also that they might be moved hereby, to remember him in their prayers, that, if it was the will of God, he might be released, and be yet further useful in preaching the Gospel; or however, that he might be supported in his bonds, and cheerfully bear them, and remain steadfast in his faith in Christ unto the end: and then follows the salutation,


     

  • 01:03

    Remember My Chains

    in Religion

    Colossians 4:18  The salutation by the hand of me Paul.  Remember my bonds.  Grace be with you.  


    : chains


    a connected flexible series of metal links used for fastening or securing objects and pulling or supporting loads.

  • 00:21

    event

    in Entertainment

    Fashion show

  • 00:24

    Remember

    in News

    A special edition of The Dugan Hour as we remember those who lost their lives on September 1, 2001.

  • 01:01

    REMEMBER WOMEN'S COMMISSIONS? DO WE CARE ABOUT THEM ANYMORE?

    in Current Events

    Remember women's commissions? There was a time when such groups were appointed internationally, nationally, and even locally, to study the status of women and the progress being made in gender equality. But when was the last time you heard of one? What is the status of women's commissions, both internationally and in the US? What are they, why are they important, what is the history of them? And why are the US commissions struggling when the international one is strong? What is CEDAW and why should we care about it?


    One woman knows about commissions and it turns out they are still out there workig to examine issues that affect women. From child care to equal pay, from property rights to human rights, these associations have been working since the 1960's to illuminate and resolve social problems affecting women. But they are not as strong a presence as they have been. 


    Susan Rose, with more than 30 years' experience in public administartion, education and community activism, has been committed to the advancement of women, workplace issues and civil rights. Join us as we talk about women's commissions and what they are doing today.