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Shau-wai Lam is
CEO, Chairman of the Board of
DCH Auto Group which is one of the largest automobile dealership companies in the United States.
Shau-wai Lam will share critical strategies for building a strong company culture, great customer loyalty and core values for success.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Ann Chinn, Executive Director, Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project (http://www.middlepassageproject.org/)
2. Poets Bonnie Wai-Lee Kwong & Victor Mavedzenge join us to talk about the inaugural, Boundaries without Bars, Free for All/ Freedom for Some: First Saturday Poetry Reading at the Oakland Main Library, 1-2:30 PM, in the Brad Walters Community Room, 125 14th Street
3. Musical Interlude with Bily Harper's Knowlege of Self, with Amiri Baraka; Dwight Trible Ooh Child; Aar Maanta's Deeqa; Karin Allyson's I'm Always Chasing Rainbows.
4. Don Malcolm, curator, "The French Had a Name for It 2: Lovers & Other Strangers," Film Noir Festival Nov. 6-9 at the Roxie in SF
Due to a scheduling issues at the publishers, L Jagi Lamplighter will not be on as originally announced. However, she has arranged for a replacement.
Author John C. Wright returns to discuss his latest novel, Somewhither, from Castalia House publishing. The book had me at "Aslan in Powered Armor." Host Declan Finn (Honor at Stake) will be leading the interview.
John C. Wright is a retired attorney, newspaperman and newspaper editor, who was only once on the lam and forced to hide from the police who did not admire his newspaper.
In 1984, Graduated from St. John's College in Annapolis, home of the "Great Books" program. In 1987, he graduated from the College and William and Mary's Law School (going from the third oldest to the second oldest school in continuous use in the United States), and was admitted to the practice of law in three jurisdictions (New York, May 1989; Maryland December 1990; DC January 1994). His law practice was unsuccessful enough to drive him into bankruptcy soon thereafter. His stint as a newspaperman for the St. Mary's Today was more rewarding spiritually, but, alas, also a failure financially. He presently works (successfully) as a writer in Virginia, where he lives in fairy-tale-like happiness with his wife, the authoress L. Jagi Lamplighter, and their four children: Pingping, Orville, Wilbur, and Just Wright.
A family physician, Patricia Kullberg, MD, MPH, devoted her career to serving persons living with physical, mental and addiction disorders at a clinic for the homeless. She has written many award-winning articles about health and medicine, but Girl in the River is her first novel. Kullberg and her husband live in Portland, Oregon, where she facilitates writing workshops for marginalized women and tends a large garden.
On the eve of World War II, Portland, Oregon, battles corruption as the city falls into the hands of gangsters. Newly orphaned, Mae Rose wanders the rain-stained streets alone, on the lam from a knife-wielding pimp and mustering her own worst impulses to survive. As Mae rises to power in Portland’s gritty sex industry, she’s pursued by a district attorney who seeks to snare her for more personal reasons. In the city’s smoky nightspots, the glamorous Dr. Ruth Barnett turns heads, but by day she operates a wildly successful abortion service. At war’s end, both Mae and Ruth are caught in the crosshairs of Portland’s anti-vice crusade. The women’s survival, as well as any chance at lasting love, depends on their allegiance to each other and their abilities to outsmart the cops and politicians who no longer protect them.
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Kelly Lam and Joanne Forster are working hard to empower women through their first ever "Mindful Her" conference. The Mindful Her conference is a unique women's wellnes and lifestyle event designed to educate, inspire and empower women to take their healthy and mindful living practices to the next level.
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HEARING THE HOLY GHOST BEGINS BY BEING BORN AGAIN & RECEIVING THE HOLY SPIRIT. HAVE FAITH THAT HE LOVES YOU & THAT HE WANTS TO TALK TO YOU. BE AWARE: UNCLEAN SPIRITS WILL TRY TO TALK TO YOU, & YOUR OWN MIND WILL ALSO TALK. MAKE TIME TO JUST SIT & LISTEN. READING / LISTENING TO THE KVJ BIBLE ON A REGULAR CONSISTENT BASIS WILL TUNE OUR EAR TO THE VOICE OF GOD. TIME WITH GOD IN PRAYER & READING BUILDS A FAMILIARITY & KNOWLEDGE OF HIM AS A PERSON SO WE CAN IDENTIFY HIS VOICE EASILY LIKE WE WOULD A SPOUSE. THIS WILL ALSO HELP SPOT IMPOSTORS/ DECEPTIONS. A CLOSE RELATIONSHIP IS KEY. NOW IS THE TIME TO DEVELOP OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH HIM, LISTEN FOR HIS VOICE & WALK WITH HIM CLOSELY. WE LOOK AT HOW THE HOLY TRINITY SPEAKS IN PRAYER SIMILAR TO SCRIPTURE & HOW HE IS THREE DISTINCT PERSONS IN ONE. WE LOOK AT WHAT CAN CAUSE "CLOUDINESS" IN OUR PRAYER CLOSET, AND THE ROOT CAUSE OF BITTERNESS. WE LOOK AT THE PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF HEARING HIS VOICE & PUTTING HIS INSTRUCTIONS INTO ACTION EVERYDAY TO SAFEGUARD OUR HOMES & DEFEAT ON COMIMG ATTACKS BY HIS GRACE.
SCRIPTURES REFERENCED: EH 4:30, PSL 46:10, JMS 4:8, HEB 4:16, JHN 4:24, ROM 8:15, AMOS 8:11, MRK 13:5-6, JHN 10:27, GEN 3:1, MATT 26:4, 1 THES 5:17, EPH 1:17, JHN 9, MATT 25:1-13, HEB 13:5, PSLM 46:10, JHN 16:13, 1 JHN 2:27, PSLM 18:25, ACTS 7, REV 1: 10, EPH 4: 30, DAN 10:12-13, MATT 6:16, MRK 2: 19-20, DAN 9:8, HEB 13:5, ISA 59:2, LAM 3:44, HEB 8:10, 1 COR 13: 8-13, HEB 12:1, HEB 6:4-6, HEB 12:4, MATT 18:22-35, MATT 6:14-15, 1 JHN 4:20, MICAH 7:18-19, PSLM 103:12, MATT 18:35, MATT 15:18-19, ROM 3:23, ROM 3:10, 1 JHN 1:11, MATT 5:44, MATT 5:23-24,LK 18:11, JMS 4:6, DEU 28:14, ROM 5:8, PROV 24:16, GEN 3:9, ROM 8:1, JER 3:3, PROV 8:17, JMS 4:7-8, PSLM 18:19, MAL 4:2, MATT 7:11, PRV 4:23, JHN 11, LK 10:38-42, JER 23: 16-22, JDGS 6, ACTS 8:29, JL 2:28, ACTS 2:38, MATT 17:22-23, 20:18-19, 26:2, GAL 2:11, MATT 16:18, MATT 22:37-40, 1COR 13:8
Dr. David Kippen is an internationally recognized leader in brand strategy and transformation. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Times of London, Economic Times of India, and Financial Times. He has lectured on brand, culture and engagement at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Nova Southeastern University’s Huizenga School of Business, the Conference Board and teaches brand and marketing in San Francisco State University’s Integrated Marketing Program. Dr. Kippen’s approach to brand strategy and culture change is drawn from market research in more than 30 countries over 18 years. He has applied these insights to transform a "Who’s Who" of leading global brands including Alaska Airlines, Amazon, Ameriprise Financial, Bain & Company, Burger King, Chevron, Coca-Cola, Dell, Disney, Energy Recovery, E.ON, HSBC, General Mills, Intel, Kaiser Permanente, Kentz, KLA-Tencor, Lam Research, Microsoft, Methanex, Nokia, Smartsheet, Teva, Total, T-Mobile and Xilinx.
In 2009, Dr. Kippen founded Evviva Brands with a simple goal: unlock value by making brands better people. Evviva’s specialty is positioning “unsung heroes,” component, ingredient and B2B brands in the technology, energy, and financial services sectors. Equal parts strategy consultancy and creative agency, Evviva uses workforce insight to transform brands from the inside out. Today, Dr. Kippen serves as CEO/Chief Strategist of Evviva Brands, Managing Director of Evviva Ltd. (Edinburgh) and CEO of Evviva Games. Prior to Evviva Brands he led global brand strategy for TMP Worldwide.
Dr. Kippen has held leadership roles in a variety of professional associations supporting brand, communications and human resources industries. He earned his PhD in Rhetoric at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and was a visiting scholar at the Stanford-UC Berkeley Joint Center for African Studies.
Isa 64:8 KJV -  But now, O LORD, thou art our father; we are the clay, and thou our potter; and we all are the work of thy hand.
Jer 18:1-6 KJV -  The word which came to Jeremiah from the LORD, saying,  Arise, and go down to the potter's house, and there I will cause thee to hear my words.  Then I went down to the potter's house, and, behold, he wrought a work on the wheels.  And the vessel that he made of clay was marred in the hand of the potter: so he made it again another vessel, as seemed good to the potter to make it.  Then the word of the LORD came to me, saying,  O house of Israel, cannot I do with you as this potter? saith the LORD. Behold, as the clay is in the potter's hand, so are ye in mine hand, O house of Israel.
Lam 4:2 KJV -  The precious sons of Zion, comparable to fine gold, how are they esteemed as earthen pitchers, the work of the hands of the potter!
Rom 9:21 KJV -  Hath not the potter power over the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel unto honour, and another unto dishonour?
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From the hills of Kentucky, a little place named Rosine came a young man with a sound never heard before, This young singer and mandolin player was Bill Monroe he and his brother Charlie started a group and named them the Bluegrass Boys. The legacy of Bill Monroe lives on,he took a form of music they called country gospel,added some different instruments and the hi lonesome sound which he called bluegrass music, and the rest his musicial histroy.
LAM. 3:22-23 His compassion fail not,Thy are anew every morning;great is Your faithfulnes.
THE BEST REASON FOR HOPE IS JESUS CHRIST THE SAVIOUR OF THE WORLD.
PRAY FOR AMERICA,ISRAEL, OUR CHURCHES,OUR LOST, MILITARY, POLICE OFFICER'S
Show link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kpradiohawaii/2015/06/15/really-early-morning-with-kp-6-15-15-new-developments-hawaii-elsewhere
Talked about (among other things):
The O’ahu journey…
Releasing, clearing of old paradigms.
Importance of starting on Wai’anae side of O’ahu.
Honolulu rail system, and how after return on 6-10, then on 6-11 this article comes out.
Clearing of Honolulu political arenas (state government, city/county gov’t.
Clearing of war energies at Punchbowl Cemetary.
MP3 download link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kpradiohawaii/2015/06/15/really-early-morning-with-kp-6-15-15-new-developments-hawaii-elsewhere.mp3
[Pre-show notes: “Who knows…”]