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  • 01:02

    Been There, Done That with HOST Cindy Smith "A MOTHERS PLEA"

    in Motivation



    TODAYS SHOW IS A MOTHERS PLEA: LISTEN TO YOUR PARENTS IT JUS MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE...



    OUR GUEST WILL.PLEAD WITH OUR YOUNG PEOPLE TO LISTSM TO THEIR PARENTS


    SHE LOST A SON AT 14URS OLD AND SHE FEELS IF HE HAD OF LISTENED TO HER HE WOULD STILL BE HERE



  • 01:56

    A CHOSE RACE,A ROYAL PRIESTHOOD,A HOLY NATION 1 PETER 2:9-11 PT2

    in Religion

    1. Having said that as Christians we are... a. "a chosen generation" b. "a royal priesthood" c. "a holy nation" d. God's "own special people" ...Peter makes a heart-felt plea concerning our conduct before those in the world - 1Pe 2:9-12

  • 00:37

    The Inner World of Farm Animals - Author Amy Hatkoff on America Meditating Radio

    in Self Help

    Amy Hatkoff is an author, advocate, teacher and filmmaker. She has spent much of her career raising awareness of the needs of children and families in America and has collaborated with New Screen Concepts to produce Rob Reiner's The First Years Last Forever, a home video that addresses how parents and caregivers can foster children's emotional, social and cognitive development. She co-produced "Neglect Not the Children, an award-winning documentary that draws attention to the needs and realities of children at risk in America.


    Amy has authored several books including, "You Are My World, How a Parent's Love Shapes a Baby's Mind," and “The Inner World of Farm Animals, Their Amazing Social, Emotional and Intellectual Capacities.” Articles about Amy and her work have appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines.


    Amy joins us today to discuss her book on The Inner World of Farm Animals, which brings their surprising intelligence, emotions and social nature to life, and makes a plea for treating them with compassion and respect.  Visit www.facebook.com/amy.hatkoff.


    Get the Off the Grid Into the Heart CD by Sister Jenna.  Like America Meditating on FB & follow us on Twitter.  Download our free Pause for Peace App for Apple or Android.

  • 01:30

    Phinsider Radio: Championship Sunday? Championship Sunday

    in Sports

    The Miami Dolphins have identified their head coach and offensive/defensive coordinators of the future, so what's next? How about some juicy leaked info regarding former head coach Joe Philbin and his Hail Mary-like plea for Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr in the 11th hour leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft? We'll discuss Gase, Philbin and Ryan Tannehill tonight, and we'll also sit down with newest Phinsider writer Max Himmelrich as he discusses his favorite Dolphins prospects in the 2016 NFL Draft. Want to get in on the discussion? Give us a call at (347) 326-9461 and we'll get you on the air. Talk to you tonight!

  • 01:05

    George Martorano with Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    George Martorano is the longest-serving first-time non-violent offender in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole in 1988.


    In 1984, on the advice of his attorney Robert Simone, Martorano pled guilty to 19 counts of drug possession and distribution. Martorano was subsequently advised by both the prosecution and the judge, John Berne Hannum, that this plea could result in a sentence of life without the possibility of parole. The prosecution, however, had only recommended a sentence of from 40 to 54 months. On September 20, 1984, Martorano was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, the longest prison term ever imposed on a first-time non-violent offender in American history. One of the harshest sentences ever handed out.


    George Martorano is a writer and speaker. After serving 32 years of his life sentence for a non-violent crime he has been released in Oct 2015.  His aim, as a free man, is to pass to others what he has learned through his unique experience, and to help. We are proud to say that George used The Streets Don't Love You Back Book to teach from in Prison since 2010.


    Martorano has distinguished himself during his decades. In addition to being a "model" prisoner, Martorano is considered one of the most prolific writers in the Federal Prison System, having authored more than 31 books. He has also written numerous short stories, screenplays and poems. He recently published a self-help booklet for inmates entitled the "ShotCaller. He has developed a creative writing course - "The Write to Life" - which has assisted numerous inmate in earning GEDs and developing creative writing skills. was one of the first – if not the first – inmate in the FBOP system to exercise his First Amendment rights digitally, by publishing his works.

  • 02:24

    SixEyes - News - Imprisoned NFL Running Back Lawrence Phillips Commits Suicide

    in Current Events

    Ex-NFL running back Lawrence Phillips, who was convicted in Los Angeles and San Diego counties for attacks on girlfriends and running down several people with a car, was found dead today in his prison cell in an apparent suicide.


    According to the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the 40-year-old former Baldwin Park High School standout was found “unresponsive in his cell” at 12:05 a.m. by staffers conducting security checks at Kern Valley State Prison in Delano.


    “He was transported to an outside hospital where he was pronounced deceased at 1:27 a.m.,” according to a CDCR statement.


    Phillips, who played for the St. Louis Rams, Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers during a three-year NFL career, had been housed in an “administrative segregation unit” cell since April 2015, when he allegedly killed his cellmate.


    Phillips was being prosecuted in Kern County on a first-degree murder charge for allegedly strangling 37-year-old Damion Soward.


    Phillips, who was a top running back at the University of Nebraska, had been serving a 31-year sentence for his Southern California crimes, including a 2005 conviction in San Diego for choking his ex-girlfriend into unconsciousness.


    In Los Angeles County, Phillips entered a no contest plea in December 2000 to one count each of inflicting corporal injury upon a cohabitant and making criminal threats against his then-live-in girlfriend.


    Phillips was convicted in October 2006 of seven felony counts of assault with a deadly weapon for aiming a car at a group of boys and young men after an August 2005 pickup football game near the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.


    Three people were struck by the car, and a fourth young man was injured when the car struck a bicycle which then hit him.

  • 01:06

    Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    In 1984, on the advice of his attorney Robert Simone, Martorano pled guilty to 19 counts of drug possession and distribution.[2] Martorano was subsequently advised by both the prosecution and the judge, John Berne Hannum, that this plea could result in a sentence of life without the possibility of parole.[2] The prosecution, however, had only recommended a sentence of from 40 to 54 months. On September 20, 1984,[2] Martorano was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, the longest prison term ever imposed on a first-time non-violent offender in American history. One of the harshest sentences ever handed out George Martorano is the longest-serving first-time non-violent offender in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole 


     

  • 01:13

    K-ASK RADIO

    in Christianity

    TONIGHT K-ASK RADIO GUEST ARE 


    SONJA THOMPSON 8-8:30PM


    AROYAL_PRINCESS LOVE 8:30-9;00PM


    LARTISS ZENON FUSELIER 9:00-9-30PM  


    The Lord said to him: “I have heard the prayer and plea you have made before me; I have consecrated this temple, which you have built, by putting my Name there forever. My eyes and my heart will always be there.


    YOU CAN USE YOU COMPUTER,SMARTPHONE AR LAND LINE CAll 347-850-8955


     


     

  • 01:35

    A SURE WORD OF PROPHECY

    in Christianity

    The Jewish elders had commended the centurion to Christ because of the favor he had shown to "our nation." He is worthy, they said, for "he hath built us a synagogue." But the centurion said of himself, "I am not worthy." Yet he did not fear to ask help from Jesus. Not to his own goodness did he trust, but to the Saviour's mercy. His only argument was his great need.


    In the same way every human being can come to Christ. "Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to His mercy He saved us." Titus 3:5. Do you feel that because you are a sinner you cannot hope to receive blessing from God? Remember that Christ came into the world to save sinners. We have nothing to recommend us to God; the plea that we may urge now and ever is our utterly helpless condition, which makes His redeeming power a necessity. Renouncing all self-dependence, we may look to the cross of Calvary and say:


    "In my hand no price I bring;
    Simply to Thy cross I cling."


    "If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth." Mark 9:23. It is faith that connects us with heaven and brings us strength for coping with the powers of darkness. In Christ, God has provided means for subduing every evil


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    trait and resisting every temptation, however strong. But many feel that they lack faith, and therefore they remain away from Christ. Let these souls, in their helpless unworthiness, cast themselves upon the mercy of their compassionate Saviour. Look not to self, but to Christ. He who healed the sick and cast out demons when He walked among men is still the same mighty Redeemer. Then grasp His promises as leaves from the tree of life: "Him that cometh to Me I will in no wise cast out." John 6:37. 

  • 02:01

    Tom Mesereau on The Laquan McDonald trial & More on King Jordan Radio

    in Legal

    Tom Mesereau return's to King Jordan Radio 12-3-15 Mr. Mesereau is best known for acquitting the late Michael Jackson in his world famous trial in Santa Barbara, California. Mr. Jackson was acquitted of all 14 charges in a child molestation indictment. Mr. Mesereau, as Mr. Jackson's lead trial counsel, conducted jury selection, opening statement, closing argument, and examined and cross-examined every major witness in the five and half month trial. But Mr. Mesereau has accomplished far more than the Michael Jackson case. Follow The Show on Twitter @KingJordanRad Topics include 


    The Chicago Cop Charged in the First degree murder( Laquan McDonald)
    Jared from Subway plea deal 15 years
    Charlie Sheen opening up about HIV 
    Michael Jackson updates and news.


     

  • 00:46

    THERE'S NO SECRET WHAT YAH CAN DO WHAT YAH HAS DONE FOR OTHER HE WILL DO FOR YOU

    in Spirituality

    Prayer for Mercy in Time of Trouble. (PLEASE READ ISRAEL AND SHARE)


    ( YAH PLEASE HEAL ISRAEL AND SAVE US FROM DESTRUCTION.)


    6.) OH, YAH, do not rebuke or punish me in Your anger,
    Nor discipline me in Your wrath.
    2.) Have mercy on me and be gracious to me, OH, YAH, for I am weak (faint, frail);
    Heal me, OH, YAH, for my bones are dismayed and anguished.
    3.) My soul [as well as my body] is greatly dismayed.
    But as for You, OH, YAH—how long [until You act on my behalf / ISRAEL BEHALF]?


    4.) Return, OH, YAH, rescue my soul;
    Save me (ISRAEL) because of Your [unfailing] steadfast love and mercy.
    5.) For in death there is no mention of You;
    In Sheol (the nether world, the place of the dead) who will praise You and give You thanks?


    6.) I am weary with my groaning;
    Every night I soak my bed with tears,
    I drench my couch with my weeping.
    7.) My eye grows dim with grief;
    It grows old because of all my enemies.


    8.) Depart from me, all you who do evil,
    For YAH has heard the voice of (ISRAEL) my weeping.
    9.) YAH, has heard my supplication [my plea for grace];
    YAH, receives my (ISRAEL) prayer.
    10.) Let all my enemies be ashamed and greatly horrified;
    Let them turn back, let them suddenly be ashamed [of what they have done].