• 00:43

    John Carver Show - GO FISH! (Andy Stanley)

    in Self Help

    Matt 4:18-20 18 As Jesus was walking beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew. They were casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. 19 "Come, follow me," Jesus said, "and I will make you fishers of men." 20 At once they left their nets and followed him. Andy Stanley makes this observation: When Jesus called his disciples, he told them what he wanted to make them to be. He didn’t say, I want to make you to be more disciplined (although that would have been great). He didn’t say I want to make you more religious. He didn’t say, I want to make you more theologically astute so you can answer any questions about the mysteries of the universe. He said…I want to make you to be something very special and very specific. I want to make you fishers of men. Now it makes sense that he would use this metaphor. We know that at least four of his 12 disciples had been apprenticed in the fishing industry: James, John, Peter, and Andrew. Three of those four were actually in his inner circle (Peter, James, John). 


    It also makes sense that he would use this comparison because when he called them they were actually fishing at that moment. So he said, you have been an apprentice in the fishing business, and its great that you are good at catching fish and selling them for profit. But I am going to apprentice you in a brand new business with profit for eternity. I am going to teach you to do what I do and make you fishers of men. This is still one of the primary objectives that Jesus has for his followers. So let’s ask the question: How many of you have chosen to follow Christ? 


    To find out more about Andy Stanley visit http://northpoint.org/

  • 02:02

    SPEAKING TO HARMONY "URBAN FICTION"

    in Social Networking

    JOIN US FOR ANOTHER GREAT SHOW AS MY CO-HOST BROTHER BALOGUN OJETADE AND I WELCOME TO THE ROUND TABLE 


    FRANCENE WRIGHT, KALONJI JAMA CHANGA, AKIN DONALDSON AND RAVEN ARMSTEAD TO HAVE A VERY WELL NEEDED CONVERSATION ON   "URBAN FICTION, REAL URBAN FANTASY, FLUX SINGLETON AND URBAN SCIENCE FICTION: A NEW ERA IN STREET STORIES "

  • 02:06

    Urban Therapy with Sun #125 Taking A Beating with Tanisha A. Cunningham

    in Health

    Many Black people will agree that spanking is an accepted form of punishment in our community but most of us are in denial of the long lasting effects that severe beatings by parents can have. Child abuse in the Black community is real and it's time that we deal with that reality and get a better understanding of how it can effect our emotional development.


    This is where Tanisha A. Cunningham? who is the author of the book A Rose Can't Grow In A Garden Of Weeds comes in.
    On Wednesday we will review her very revealing autobiography that is sure to engage and enlighten all who follow her life story. Some of the highlights of this show will deal with:


    Physical and emotional child abuse in the Black community.


    Foster Care. Corruption issues, abuse, and advocacy.


    Group Home violence and at risk youth labeling.


    Perseverance from turmoil against all odds.


    Tanisha's book is an astounding personal account of the many struggles that a young person may have to overcome just to be able to be functional in the world. There is a good chance that there is a little bit of  our story in every chapter of her work. Her story is extremely candid, easy to understand and has a very personal feel to it that almost forces the reader to feel where she is coming from and want to cheer her on. It's a great read and this Wednesday we will break it on down.


    Please pick up the book that you won't be able to put down: A Rose Can't Grow In A Garden Of Weeds by Tanisha A Cunningham on www.amazon.com and visit her website at www.tanishacunningham.com. Your life will be changed for the better and you will not be disappointed.

  • 00:25

    PUBLIC SEX? Johnna "B"&Chris Renee's P.A.D. 7pm pst-9pm cst-10pm est

    in Books

    Professionally: Raynesha Pittman is the CEO, Founder and a author at Conglomerate Ink, an Urban Literature publishing company established November 2010 to help authors expose and share their talents of storytelling while developing discipline in their craft. In May 2011 Raynesha was offered the opportunity to help promote literacy nationwide by childhood friend, author and now publisher Terry L. Wroten by joining the West Coast Authors Movement also known as W-CAM where Raynesha not only fills the position of an author on the team but is also over website design and management and acts as W-CAM's Southern liaison due to her living in the South. Her greatest literary achievement came in January 2014 when she was signed to write2eat publications under the legendary K'wan Foye.

    Titles: Raynesha's debut novel titled "KISMET" the first book of the "Beyond the Bedroom Series" an urban fiction drama with a touch of erotica was published March 2011 under her label. The second volume in the series and an amazon kindle best seller "Kismet 2-Some Things You Will Never Understand" was published in November 2011. She also has a story titled, "Scratch a Liar, find a Thief" in the anthology "Traces of My Lipstick- Gangstress Elite tales" that was published under Ink Game publishing in December 2011. She is currently working on turning the short story into a full length novel. "Kismet 3- When a Man's Fed up",the final installment of the Kismet trilogy was released January 2013."Dog Food", which is the author's release under write to eat was released on 07-08-2014

    Accomplishments: Raynesha was nominated in the Hip Hop of the Ville awards for best Indie author of the year in January 2012 and was also nominated in the Prodigy Publishing Group's Second Annual Urban Literary Awards for most likely to succeed debut author of the year in February 2012.

  • 00:34

    Women's History Month Celebration (cont'd)

    in Spirituality

    Tune in as UGC leader, Rev. Sulena Morris-Breland and friends honor the women of history, present and future! Sundays and Thursdays in the month of March!

  • 01:34

    Toady's topic is social networks becoming the new form of cheating

    in Entertainment

     
     


    Aaron Bebo is the of the critically acclaimed title Change For A Dollar. His debut. Aaron is a look into the urban terrain in a profound presentation of words. He spins tales so vividly that the reader is almost compelled to believe they are actually participating in every dialogue and location. His debut novel highlights the theme of transition. 
    Bebo delivers the story in fine fashion with his detailed wit, and slick character dialogue. Her uses his uncanny view of the urban structure, and the conditions of the people that live there, to draw out a vivid tale. His is able to translate into words a broader spectrum of the ominous shadows that seemed to be an ever present force in the urban structure where he grew up. 
    Aaron has also ghostwritten two novels outside the street fiction genre that have been published. One being a Non-fiction title on Cancer. He has also lent his time speaking to youths in the South Florida school system as well as juvenile detention centers. 
    Aaron is the author of Rat Hunters, Cupid’s Assassin, Bunches of Love, Author Wives; and the Long Story Short Series a collective of short stories which includes the titles; Accidental Nut, Area’s Grey, On The Green, Mischievous. Bebo has also published works under the name Sadie Morris and Unique Styles.
    Aaron recently signed with the publishing house G Street Chronicles. Bebo’s G Street Chronicles debut I Used To Love Her, was followed up by Til My Casket Drops. In April 2014. Most recently Bebo released The Last Don. Death To The Squad also under G Street Chronicles.
    Aaron Bebo currently resides in South Florida where he continues to write and connect with the people as a means of promoting literacy. You can connect with this autho@

  • 01:18

    Are You The DUFF.... Designated Ugly Fat Friend

    in Lifestyle

    Designated - to mark or point out; indicate; show; specify.


    The DUFF (Movie)


    Frumpy high-school senior Bianca (Mae Whitman) has a rude awakening when she learns that her classmates secretly know her as the DUFF -- designated ugly fat friend -- to her prettier and more popular pals. Desperate to reinvent herself, Bianca enlists the aid of Wesley (Robbie Amell), a charming joc… Morek. In order to save her senior year from becoming a complete disaster, Bianca must find the confidence to overthrow a judgmental student (Bella Thorne) and revolutionize the school's social order.


    Designated Ugly Fat Friend (Urban Dictionary)


    Two hot chicks at a bar will have a really nasty fat ugly friend hanging out with them, refered to as a "DUFF".

    "Wow that fat DUFF is hanging out with those two attractive ladies, too bad."

  • 00:59

    Your Family Name Was Not Changed at Ellis Island - Kenneth A. Bravo, JD

    in History

    Why the New York Times is Wrong – Using Basic Genealogy Tools and Methods to Show that Your Family Name Was Not Changed At Ellis Island.


    There is a common misconception, call it an old wives tale or an urban legend, that family names were often changed at Ellis Island.  Such myths gain a great deal of credibility when newspapers such as the New York Times, the country’s “paper of record”, perpetuates these myths by repeating them, in this case in obituaries.


    When Kenneth saw one of these obituaries a few years ago, he wrote to the Times pointing out their error and suggesting sources that they could check to verify what he was saying.  When they seemed to ignore him, he did the research on the family of the person named in the obituary and was able to show what the name was when the family immigrated and how the family name changed as they adapted to life in the United States.  He sent all of the proof to the Times and was still ignored.  Finally the Times responded.  They were not going to do anything to correct the erroneous obituary but suggested they might do a news story on the issue.  The experience led him to do a search of other Times obituaries with the Ellis Island story.  He located about half a dozen.  After doing the research on each, he was able to show the original name for each of them.


    Kenneth A. Bravo received his JD from The Ohio State University, College of Law and his B.A. degree in Economics from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.  He is Vice President of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) and, the former president and current member of the Board of Trustees of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland.  Bravo has lectured on a number of genealogical topics.

  • 01:01

    Camden Schools Test Scores A Colossal Disaster

    in Moms and Family

     America's second most egregious sin is the deliberate failing public school system. Education is a civil right and the system itself is proving to be a cash cow for corrupt politicians and government employee's. The callous response of the system controlled by the Teachers Union is criminal and the only way this will ever change is through parental revolt. Protest should be unimpeded until the destruction of this pipeline to destruction is abolished.

  • 01:06

    KarmaCafe/UrbanTherapy

    in Podcasting

    Tune in tonight for KARMA CAFE "URBAN THERAPY" Call us up with your problems, @ (424) 243-9649 .. & we gonna HOOD solve em! 50%Talk 50%music  Dont forget to check out our 24/7 station @ www.monsterusradio.com

  • 00:31

    PT 3 STATE OF BLACK AMERICA: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

    in Culture

    PT 3 STATE OF BLACK AMERICA: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. RECENTLY WE WERE FOUND OUT THAT POLICE IN FERGUSON WERE USING THE PEOPLE AS A CASH COW TARGETING PEOPLE OF THE CITY TO KEEP REVENUE FLOWING THROUGH THE SMALL CITY. IN A REPORT BY THE URBAN LEAGUE IT IS SAID THAT 70% OF BLACKS SAY THEY HAVE BEEN MISTREATED BY THE POLICE ALL ACROSS AMERICA, THAT 10 TIMES HIGHER THAN OUR WHITE COUNTERPARTS.


     


    STATE OF BLACK AMERICA FOR YEARS HAVE SEEN MEN AND WOMEN LOCKED UP WITH MUCH HIGHER SENTENCES AND HIGHER BAILS AMOUNTS...NO ONE WILL GO ON RECORD TO SAY IT'S HAPPENING DUE TO BEING AFRAID OF THEIR JOBS. IT IS REPORTED THAT WHILE WE MAKE UP 30% OF THE POPULATION 60% OF THAT IS IN PRISON. FROM 1970 TO 2005 PRISON POPULATION GREW 700% IS HIGHER NOW FOR SURE.


     


    WE WANT TO TALK ABOUT CRIME ARE BLACKS AND MINORITIES BEING TARGETED ?


     


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