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  • 00:30

    The Concrete Tensions Of Discipleship

    in Spirituality

    This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the concrete tensions of discipleship.  The divided heart cannot experience the deep things of discipleship because its ultimate concern is the self.  The merely religious heart cannot experience the deep things of discipleship because it is dimmed by dogmatic concerns. The one who has crucified the flesh its voracious appetites is the only one who can know the deep things of discipleship. Few may enter into the intrinsic mystery of suffering with Christ.   

  • 00:57

    Piqued Interest "Political Tensions"

    in Politics

    Tonight is the debut of "Piqued Interest" with Javan The Man on "It's Real Talk Radio". Javan The Man's goal is to touch on political issues, worldwide news, and other controversial topics. Call in or listen online (and bring a relative or friend while you're added) because there will be plenty to discuss and debate when you listen to "Piqued Interest"! Also be sure to have a pen and paper or digital notepad ready as there will be some very resourceful information given. "Piqued Interest", Javan The Man, "It's Real Talk Radio"! This is where you want to be every Friday night at 9PM EST.

  • 02:01

    Woe to you...Are you ready? He's coming!

    in News

    Woe to you...Are you ready? He's coming!


    For those with ears to hear, we are here...in those last moments before the trumpet sounds.


    Can you feel it?


    Tensions are rising...


    The birth pangs are increasing...


    Are you ready? Are you saved? 


    TUNE IN & TURN ON!


    God bless you all!

  • 01:58

    Wahaz Ahmed and Reporter Gavin Jackson In the Pickle Barrel

    in Politics Conservative

    Showtime 8AM-10AM EST


    Pakistani Wahaz Ahmed will join us as we address US-Pakistan relations, his views on the Iranian Deal and Israel. Ahmed will explain why he left Pakistan and eventually immigrated to the United States just six months ago.


    Gavin Jackson of the Morning News will be jumping In the Pickle Barrel to compare notes and talkabout the Florence Downtown Redevelopment process and issues surrounding the major re-birth efforts in the area. Some of the issues to be discussed: new businesses, racial tensions and misunderstandings, the politics of the project.


    Two topics. A lot of facts and opinions. 


    You can join in the coinversations by entering the online Chat Room or call in to participate live on air at 855-236-2486.

  • 00:35

    What is the proper way to behave at a traffic stop for police and driver, alike

    in News

    Recent traffic stop situations in the the last year, racial tensions are Code Orange, when it comes to Civil Liberties..


    What should be expected from the driver, and how should an officer perform, is a mystery, as well as, the source of the madness.


    Thankfully with the instructional information of Major C. L. Clemons #451 North Precinct /District 3 Commander and Lieutenant J.D. McClure #530 Gwinnett County Police Dept. Office of Professional Standards, drivers will know what to expect while traveling through Georgia this Spring and Summer in 2015.


    Safety before race is the most important reason for a traffic stop in Georgia.

  • 02:19

    The Goddess Rising Network : The International Genocide Against Black People

    in Current Events

    What were the factors that led to this potential unraveling for the growth coalitions?



    Urban renewal increased tensions rather than resolving them, leaving cities in a greater state of fear and uncertainty.
    Demands by African-Americans to integrate neighborhoods and schools put the growth coalitions in a bind because they feared increased white flight if the demands were met. Most growth coalitions tried to walk a tightrope, some more successfully than others.
    Many local banks and corporations were bought up by even larger corporations from outside the city, or moved their headquarters to even larger cities, leaving the growth coalitions holding the bag. Some growth coalitions then fragmented.
    Up-scale neighborhoods, environmentalists, left-wing activists fresh from Civil Rights and anti-war struggles, and well-educated high-tech workers passed slow-growth legislation or blocked specific projects in some cities.
    Low-income people in small towns and urban neighborhoods, often led by women and minorities, became part of an environmental justice movement that resisted the creation of chemical dumps and waste treatments plants in their areas (Szasz, 1994).
    Unions based in service workers and government employees later joined the slow-growth, pro-neighborhood coalitions in some major cities.Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider in America. 78% of their clinics are in minority communities. Blacks make up 12% of the population, but 35% of the abortions in America. Are we being targeted? Isn't that genocide? We are the only minority in America that is on the decline in population. If the current trend continues, by 2038 the black vote will be insignificant.

  • 00:42

    No Church, No Mosque, No Temple. Just Common Sense

    in Spirituality

    The truth is always subjective so why are all these religions competing in preaching that their way is the only way?


    Tensions are rising and I am baffled by how some of them are growing although I think I have the answer.


    Joine me to discuss.

  • 02:01

    Addressing Tensions

    in Radio

    GUTS (Gospel United to Save)

  • 02:41

    The world is burning, Lets talk about that.

    in Current Events

    The world is unraveling at the seams, tensions across every country, violence and anarchy are taking over america, the middle east is waiting for that big event that starts the missiles flying. what solutions can we bring to the table to unite the world under a single banner? a banner of freedom for all of humanity so we may as a species venture out among the stars.


    Who will save us from ourselves? will the Aliens stand in the way of our own destruction so that we may join them in the centuries to come? or will they simply stand back and wait for us to kill ourselves off so they can take over the planet for their own goals.


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  • 00:31

    Debut Author Frank Lankaster Joins Kori on the Back Porch

    in Books

    Based in North London, Frank Lankaster is a semi-retired academic and community development worker with many years experience in education, working both in the UK and US. Today Frank continues to work as a freelance researcher and writer. In his spare time he enjoys watching football and is a keen Liverpool fan. Tim Connor Hits Trouble by Frank Lankaster (published by Clink Street Publishing RRP $12.99, ebook RRP $4.99 ebook) is available to buy online from March 25th from retailers including Amazon.com and to order from all good bookstores. 


    The book: Emerging from an emotionally exhausting relationship break-up, and with his young daughter still contriving to make him feel as guilty as possible, Tim Connor hopes to regain his equilibrium in his new role as lecturer of Social Sciences at the University of Wash. An exciting new romance is also whetting Tim’s appetite. 


    Meanwhile, the college’s resident alcoholic dinosaur, Henry Jones, is at loggerheads with the Dean of Faculty, Howard Swankie and beset by bickering with his stoutly feminist wife. As tensions mount and the battle lines are drawn, Tim finds himself increasingly pulled in, until one day both Henry and Howard inexplicably go missing leaving Tim to deal with the crisis.  


    Set against the backdrop of the financial crisis of 2008, Frank Lankaster has cleverly drawn upon his considerable experience within the education system and brilliantly captures its inherently political landscape. Tim Connor Hits Trouble skillfully and entertainingly combines the clash of ideas, warring egos, the pressure to perform and the delicate balance between working as an academic and as a teacher to produce an uproarious debut novel. 

  • 02:00

    Addressing Tensions

    in Radio

    GUTS (Gospel United to Save)