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  • 01:07

    Beyond the Standard—Weighing the Numbers

    in Christianity

    Of all the names and numbers reported in the May issue of Christian Standard, we'll introduce you to three of them in this helpful episode:


    Brian Kruckenberg, lead pastor with New City Church in Phoenix, Arizona will talk about his congregation's remarkable growth, 61.5% in 2014!


    The second fastest-growing church reporting to us was Lifepointe Church in Raleigh, NC at 36.2 percent. Donnie Williams, Lifepointe's lead pastor, will join our panel.


    Our third guest is Bo Chancey, senior pastor with Manchester (NH) Christian Church. This congregation achieved the highest baptism ratio, 17.7 percent. That means for every 100 people in the congregation's 2014 average, the church baptized almost 18 people.


    We want to know how these congregations achieved this kind of outreach. Please listen for ideas and be ready to ask your questions of these dynamic church leaders.


    Download the May issue of Christian Standard from the App Store, at Google play, or from apps for Kindle.

  • 02:00

    Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years After-Al Johnson and Dave and Rose...NOLA musicans

    in Books

    It was in December 1959 that Alvin Lee Johnson (born June 20, 1939) entered Cosimo Matassa’s recording studio.  He emerged from the studio on Governor Nicholls Street with what would be a belated hit song and a new name, Al “Carnival Time” Johnson.  Joe Ruffino produced the recording session for his Ric label and Carnival Time eventually joined Professor Longhair’s Go to the Mardi Gras and Big Chief, and the Hawkettes’ Mardi Gras Mambo as classics of the New Orleans Mardi Gras.


    Johnson, like so many New Orleans musicians, grew up in the city’s Ninth Ward where he played trumpet and piano.  Born in 1939, he was influenced early on by Sugar Boy Crawford, Fats Domino, and Smiley Lewis.


    Alvin Johnson, best known for his famous song, "Carnival Time," has been a New Orleans Mardi Gras icon for over 40 years. A Rhythm & Blues performer, Al is a New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival veteran and has worked with the likes of Aaron Neville, Oliver Morgan, Bobby Lonero as well as (the late Tommy Ridgley, Jessie Hill, Bobby Mitchell, Eddie Bo & Ernie K-Doe) 


    Al has performed on the "Louisiana Jukebox" TV program and been the star of a highly successful Louisiana Lottery Mardi Gras campaign. Al has also been the subject of numerous articles in Mardi Gras Guide, New Orleans Magazine, Offbeat Magazine, The Louisiana Weekly, The Times Picayune, and Gambit Weekly.


    Also on the show, we have an amazing local New Orleans team...."Dave and Rose"...these fine local musicians will share their music and perspective regarding the 10 years after Katrina... Please join us for a fest of great music and perspective from NOLA musicians...

  • 01:31

    TS Radio: Dr. Edward F Group 111 and the Global Healing Center

    in Health

    Hosted by Marti Oakley


    In coordination with Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), we continue our series this evening with Dr. Edward F. Group 111. 


    Dr. Edward F. Group III founded Global Healing Center in 1998 and currently serves as Chief Executive Officer. At the forefront of the research and development team, Dr. Group assumes a hands-on approach to producing new and advanced degenerative disease products and information. http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/


    Dr. Group has studied natural healing methods for over 20 years and, though he no longer sees patients individually, now focuses on spreading the word of health and wellness to the global community. Under his leadership, Global Healing Center, Inc. has earned recognition as one of the largest alternative, natural, and organic health resources on the Internet.


    Armed Forces Career


    Dr. Group enlisted in the Army in 1985. While in Korea, he was honored to be accepted by one of the top Korean Tae Kwon Do masters for martial arts training. His military duty is highlighted by two Army achievement medals, a good conduct medal and an overseas ribbon.


     



     


     

  • 00:57

    The C. Nathaniel Brown Show 5-27-15

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight's epidose of The C. Nathaniel Brown is packed with information and great guests, featuring Bo Talley, organizer of the Second Annual Balling for Lupus, all female celebrity basketball game; Life Coach and behavioral health specialist Tarai Alexander speaking on Mental Health Awareness Month; and Vernard Alexander, AKA the "ConnectingKing" sharing wisdom on networking and connecting. Join host C. Nathaniel Brown and his guest for a great show. Join the conversation at 646-787-1799. 

  • 02:00

    May27@10pmET CandidFrankLiveCFLtalk with Guest David Knott of "NotHereNFL"

    in Football

    Tonight's Show:


    0) QB here, QB there, and QBs Every where, New and Old.
    Bo Levi Mitchell Blind Passing Skills share yours on CFL You Tube.
    In Toronto Ricky Ray and Trevor Harris
    Saskatchewan Darian Durant
    BC Travis Lulay
    Will Burris have options this year
    Who will be number One In Winnipeg
    Is Montreal good with their Number 1?
    Will Collaros stay healthy in Hamilton
    Edmonton is set but will Riley be healthy this and especially when it matters
    Former Boise State quarterback Grant Hedrick,



    Rookie Camps Underway, the game is back and as a CFL Fan you can get up close and personal with your CFL Team.
    Tanenbaum of TSN & Tanenbaum Argo Owners, a couple of days after purchase of the Team was announced declared there will be a NFL Team in Toronto.  How does the purchase affect the existing CFL Franchise, for example does this mean the NFL Toronto Team could become the Argonauts?  So many questions, so little time.  David Knott joins us, the NOT NFL in Toronto Guy.  Love his Facebook Group.
    In Montreal Michael Sam brushed off a reporter's comparison between himself and Jackie Robinson, who played for a minor-league team in Montreal before breaking the colour barrier in Major League Baseball.  "I'm just here to play football," Sam said. "I'm not here to try to do anything historic."  He did, though, have a message for Montreal's LGBT community.  "If you're afraid of what your family and friends may think ... come to me. I'll be your family."  Has winning the Grey Cup become much more difficult for the Home Team now? Are the bombers the home team at the wrong time. 
    Win a Trip for Two to 103rd Grey Cup in Winnipeg, check it out on CFL.ca

  • 03:05

    Dream Catchers - Live, Love, & Dreams fulfilled - LesPaul & Tae

    in Dreams

    Dream Catchers - Live, Love, & Dreams fulfilled - LesPaul & Tae


    Have you ever felt like something is missing from your life or something bigger and better is waiting just around the corner but it always seems to stay just out of sight and beyond your reach? Well to me that’s what being a Dream Catcher is all about!


     Well Tonight Tae and I are goanna dare you all to take a peak around the corner and help you find out just what is missing or what might be hiding right in front of you all the time that you just might not see!


    All the stuff you do from Day to Day seem like you haven’t accomplished much but when Months pass you look back and before you know it you find out you did more than you though you ever thought you could do


    When the right time comes going back into the arms of your Family or re acquainting yourself with old friends can be a rewarding and very fulfilling journey wether it’s using social media like Skype, Facebook, and so on and using whatever your support system you may have including us right here at Brain Injury Radio to bring about change that is good for everyone.

  • 00:31

    Middle School Nightmares

    in Entertainment

    Andy and The Bo return for the second installment of the summer tour of Ridgewood Radio West. Remember how good you looked in Middle School? Us too! The Springfield Sasquatch remembers the glory days of Razr Phones, Myspace, and Soulja Boy. Let's get nostaligic Ridgewood Faithful 

  • 01:53

    Episode 190 : 3 Year Anniversary

    in Music

    Onlines biggest archive of legends, pioneers, and innovators in the rap game belongs to the mfer'n Murder Master Music Show

  • 00:46

    Draft Day Smaft Day: The Bo Callahan Story

    in Football

    It finally happened. The gods looked fondly upon our hosts and Mike got caught up on all the magic that is Draft Day the movie. Josh strongly disagrees with Mike's assertion that this might be the greatest movie ever made about sports in the modern era of film. Settle into another exciting epsiode of the Visitors Section now!

  • 01:51

    Pimpin' In the Pulpit 2: Charisma vs. Theatrics

    in Religion

    Lights, camera, action...it's SHOWTIME! Yet, showtime in the church, really? Join Truth Talk for Pimpin In the Pulpit Pt. 2 to contine the discussion of the media's new twist of featurnig the Gospel message through reality television with controversial and opposing views among men/women "of the cloth".


    Tony Taylor, in his artcle Emotionalism vs. True Worship (2013) defines emotionalism, in the church, as a reaction that is based on a human sentiment or feeling. It is devoid of true worship and holds no real sustaining substance. To take this a step further, what about when the ministerial leader "lays hands" on a person? Is the impartation they recieve a spiritual act of faith or an emotional gesture that can affect the reciever in a negatie way, leaving one questionable of what has just happened to them and the reason for such an act.


    Some highlights of the discussion will be defining imparation; is imparation necessary?; and understanding charisma (spiritual character) vs. theatrics (emotional/physical behavior). Happening at 6:00 pm. Tune in or call 347-945-7377.

  • 00:28

    Philanthropist, Multi- Talented Entrepreneur, Model Kenyon Glover

    in Entrepreneur

    Meet the producer and founder of Georiga Peach Fashion Week!


    Kenyon Glover, Philanthropist, Multi- Talented Entrepreneur, soon Mogul was born to Barbara Glover in Monroe, Louisiana of 1982. Oldest of three siblings, he was taught great discipline skills by his placements in Karate, Tae Kwon Do, and Kickboxing on a Black Belt level. He then found a love for basketball at the age of seven. Continuing to play through high school, he gained eyes of colleges from around the country. 


    Selecting University of Maine, to attend pushing his basketball career he went on to graduate with a bachelors in 2002. Glover, began playing professional basketball in England, later recognized and picked up by Milwaukee Bucks. His career was short lived with them after three months due to him injuring his knee. This left him devastated, unsure of his future, causing an attempted act of suicide. 


    His faith, lead him to explore other life ventures. Thus, leading him to his current career in Acting, Modeling and as a multiple business owner. Kenyon, then moved to Atlanta, Ga to take on jobs as a model, later finding a love for acting in 2004. Mr. Glover’s, new love for acting lead him to move to Los Angeles and working as a full-time actor in 2006 under the an agency. Where he later began to start opening his businesses. 


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