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I was looking a book to read and some one recommened "Sweeps" by Stephen Brown. The first Book of a series invloving Ensign Samuel Wallace and his adventures on board Minesweepers. After serving on three different minesweeps I could not resist the chance to read a book about minesweeps (which by the way are very hard to find)
I just ordered the next two books "Track of the Teasure" and "Wrath of the Eagle"
David is in full survival mode, with the King of Israel determined to kill him. In today's reading, he feigns insanity as strategy for survival. Also, the king slays a bunch of holy priests because David was given protection and weaponry in their sanctuary. Even with all that is going on, David is fully aware that God is going to keep him safe, as it says in the last verse of chapter 22.
There are times when we need to use our wits for survival or as a way to strategically make an impact for God. Did you know that creative strategies such as David used may be necessary for survival today?
Tonight we will be talking with Erik Stegman of the Center for American Progress and 15 year old Dahkota Brown a 2013 Champion for Change and creator of NERDS (Natives Education Raising Dedicated Students) a non-profit currently seeking donations to help native students graduate - donate here - http://www.gofundme.com/ansi50 - about the damage caused to Native youth by Native Mascots and team names.
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Many people twist scripture for their own wicked purposes, and this chapter is one that has been widely abused. The sincere love that Jonathon and David had for one another was passionate--you can't love someone as your own soul without a depth of passion, which is how God says Jonathon loved David. But the Bible always puts the honest facts about the individuals in the Holy Book. If there had been any homosexual activity between the two, it would say so outright.
I believe the actions of Jonathon and David show that it is possible to have uncommon love, one man toward another, without sinning against God. Our society today attempts to shove young people into homosexual behavior by sending the false message that it's not only okay but it's the hippest thing going. The problem is, of course, that homosexual behaviors are an abomination to God, as it says in Romans 1:18-32 and elsewhere in the Bible
Do you have South Carolina roots? Are you aware of the history of the large slave owning community of the Old Edgefield District? What resources are available to assist you with your research?
Join the co-authors of Our Ancestors,Ours Stories, Harris Bailey, Jr., Bernice Bennett, Ellen Butler, Ethel Dailey and Vincent Sheppard for a discussion about the resources they used to find information on their ancestors.
You will find in Our Ancestors, Our Stories an historical overview of life and events in South Carolina, and particularly Edgefield, and a compilation of four unique stories depicting the discovery of the African American experience.
King Saul quits the sneaky approach and openly orders David to be assassinated. God saves David through first the king;s son and then the king's daughter. And then soldiers who are in pursuit of David become filled with the Spirit of God and begin prophesying. Even Saul himself has that experience. What a dramatic series of rescues God provided for David, and that wasn't the last of the miraculous deliverances that God arranges for David. This is a wonderful example of how we are protected from harm.
In reading the Bible through and listening to several great preachers, I've come to believe and understand that if anything touches our lives, it's because God allowed if -- even if an injury, illness, or great loss. We can be sure that God will use what comes against us for our good. And He will protect us, just as He protected David.
In this episode, Historian and Social Analyst, Jason Richardson and Dr. Rick Wallace Ph.D., a leading thinker in theology and psychology, will examine the current state of the black family in America and the impact it has had on the plight of Black America in general. The show will cover a number of subtopics, including:
The emasculation of the black male image
The exodus of black men from the home
The role that black women have played in the emasculation of black men
The massive impact that the devastation of the black family nucleus has had on black youth.
The impact that colonization and slavery has taken on the black psyche and its subsequent impact on the black family internationally and here in America
Finances in the black home
The excessively high divorce rate among blacks
The decrease in the amount of black marriages.
The primary objective of this show is to identify and engage the enigmatic issues that are plaguing the black family, and presenting solutions that are both, preventative and reactionary. Both Rick and Jason have developed a reputation for shooting straight from the hip, and their unique styles have proven highly effective in garnering the attention of many families who are looking for a better way.
Tune in for a powerful and enlightening show.
Speak Life Radio ~ Operation Stand Up 4 Change!
Welcome back to another amazing show! We must be the change we wish to see in the world. That is exactly what our special guest is doing, being the change she wishes to see in the world through her life changing organization "OPERATION STANDUP". We are very excited and honored to welcome Kelly A. Jackson MBA to the show!!! Kelly A. Jackson provides leadership and direction for the day-to-day programmatic and operational activities for Operation StandUP! where she serves as the Executive Director. She has been active in the organization’s direct relief efforts for marginalized communities throughout Northeast Ohio. She developed and implemented a youth personal enrichment program aimed at cultivating the next generation of advocates. She has successfully led campaigns to raise awareness of issues surrounding inequality, poverty, education and engagement. Kelly served as Assistant Director of Admissions at Oberlin College and the Minority Recruiter for Cuyahoga Community College. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management, and a Master of Business Administration from Baldwin Wallace University. Kelly is an alumni of the Neighborhood Leadership Development Program; a Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Foundation initiative. Kelly has received numerous honors and recommendations in recognition of her contributions to the City of Cleveland.
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